Managing Children's Behavior in Times of Stress & Transition
posted almost 2 years ago by email@example.com from Jewish Family and Children's Services
FREE PARENTING WORKSHOP (including dinner and childcare)
Changes in routine can cause stress for children and families. Due to the fires, many kids are suddenly coping with major transitions such as displacement from their homes and the transition to new schools. This loss of stability and worry affects behavior. During this free dinner and parenting workshop learn how to adapt your parenting style to support your children’s recovery, honor their feelings, and reduce stress for everyone in your household.
WHEN: Wed., January 31, 5:30 – 7:30 pm WHERE: Jewish Family and Children's Services, 1360 N. Dutton, Suite C, Santa Rosa
*Space is limited! Register online: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/managing-childrens-behaviors-in-times-of-stress-and-transition-tickets-41031991792#tickets
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 707-303-1500.
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