MORRISTOWN, NJ— Divorce is never an easy topic for anyone, but it can really be difficult for the children involved. From their perspective, the two people that they rely on most are now not living together and perhaps not even on good speaking terms. Though many parents understand the concerns, it can sometimes be difficult to talk to children about divorce or even know exactly what to say.
Join Dr. Sheila Dancz as she talks about creating an atmosphere of security & continuity for children, how to appropriately plan “the talk” for your family, how to address a child’s concerns, and the importance of listening without reacting.
The workshop is free and interested persons can register by calling the office of Sheila Dancz at (973) 993-9018.
Refreshments will be served. This program is supported by the Friends of the Morristown & Morris Township Library.
Dr. Sheila E. Dancz is a psychologist based in Morristown with over twenty years in field. She specializes in life coaching relationship issues, helping people deal with separation, divorce, depression and anxiety and aiding adults in parenting ADHD children. She works together with clients to identify problem areas such as relationship issues or parenting issues and works to develop effective coping strategies while reviewing areas that need to be strengthened.
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