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This virtual event features a presentation by Natalie Burns, TRAILS Lead Suicide Prevention Specialist. During the event, parents will receive information that helps break down the stigma surrounding mental health and enables parents to recognize risk and warning signs, when to seek help and how to best support their child....
A Pet Grief Support group. It is requested that you bring a photograph or keep sake of your loved pet that you lost. Event cost: Free Event time: 10 a.m.-noon April 2, May 7, June 4, 2022
This event is a supportive, laid back, discussion group for mothers in a coffeehouse environment. Moms can come learn more about journey of parenting and Motherhood. Event cost: $10 Event time: 9:30-11 a.m. April 12, May 3, June 7, 2022
The group will provide extra support and encouragement for women, while discussing topics such as self-esteem, empowerment and managing mental health symptoms. Event cost: Free Event time: 6-7:30 p.m. March 28, April 11, 25, May 9, 23, 2022
Nikki O'Donnell, MA, LLP, a Psychologist, will provide parents with powerful tools to help their child overcome anxiety, develop coping skills and improve stress tolerance. Children are welcome to come with their parents and work on art projects free of charge in their designated art room. Supervision will provided....
The  world-renown "Einstein of Love," relationship guru and author John Gottman, Ph.D., addresses fundamental questions about issues of love, trust and relationship resilience, helping strengthen your partnership and parenting. This is third in a series of talks hosted by Metro Parent and Parent Map. Event Cost: Free, registration required Event Times:...
A Q+A with the co-authors of Tenacity in Children, Sam Goldstein, Ph.D., and Robert B. Brooks, Ph.D., on building senses of optimism, motivation, empathy, intelligence, altruism, responsibility and fairness in our kids. Second in a series of online talks for parents by Metro Parent and Parent Map. Event Cost: Free,...
A powerful look at why teaching about racial bias and the history of race and racism — and teaching it right — is crucial, with two leading scholars, Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Jeffery Robinson, on race, inequality and criminal justice. Event Cost: Free, register in advance. Event Times: 4 p.m., Sept....