MORRISTOWN, NJ -- This month, Atlantic Health will be offering a four-part series titled "Behavioral Health Parenting Series." The series will be dedicated to providing parents with the tools and language to have meaningful, but difficult, conversations about life, and support their children through difficult emotions to help them build coping skills, resilience and hope.
The global pandemic has impacted all ages emotionally and, in some instances, physically. Children have had to navigate feelings and emotions that even adults were not prepared for.
Sessions will be held from 7-8 p.m. via Zoom.
On Thu Apr 8, the series will focus on the role of the Trusted Adult.
On Thu Apr 15, the series will focus on My Child Needs Mental Health Care. What Does that mean and where do I start to get help?
On Tue Apr 20, the series will focus on Stress and Anxiety in Children and Teens: Support for COVID-19 and beyond.
On Wed Apr 28, the series will focus on how to help children manage expectations, deal with disappointments and build resilience.
To participate, click HERE.
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