Article: Preventing and Navigating Everyday Conflict

Preventing and Navigating Everyday Conflict

Have you ever thought there has to be a better way to handle conflict with your child(ren)? This might be what you are looking for! Join Ms. Paula Schneider, one of CC’s school psychologists, as she leads this insightful virtual workshop. The workshop is aimed at supporting parents/caregivers in preventing and responding to common childhood crises and family conflict. Materials for these sessions are drawn from the Therapeutic Crisis Intervention for Families curriculum designed by the Residential Child Care Project at Cornell University. Topics will include concepts such as self-awareness, assessment of children’s needs, active listening and responding to feelings, creating supportive environments and expectations, navigating expectations and consequences, simple behavior interventions and surviving power struggles. This is a dynamic workshop where Ms. Schneider will share information and examples, offer participants practice activities and answer questions. 
Recommended Participants: Parents/Caregivers of Children Preschool-High School
WHEN: Part 1 is a series of short videos sharing the information and suggesting practice activities. The videos will be available starting February 8 to all registered participants. 

Part 2 is a virtual Q&A session. Participants will choose one of two times. 
TIME: Wednesday, February 24 at 4 p.m. or Sunday, February 28 at 10 a.m. 

LOCATION: in the comfort of your own home  
Each Q&A session is limited to 15 participants! 

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