Tuesday | FEBRUARY 6, 2018
Worried About Your Child’s Worry?
Top 10 Tips for Helping Your Kids “Talk Back to Worry”
and Become Confident and Healthy Lifelong Learners.
Presenter: Susan Bauerfield, PhD
6:00 p.m. Sandwiches & Refreshments
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Presentation
Co-sponsored by SPED*NET Wilton, www.spednetwilton.org.
Is worry getting in the way of your child’s learning? Do meltdowns take valuable time away from play, homework and other experiences that can build skills, confidence and relationships?
In this talk, Susan Bauerfeld, Ph.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, parent consultant/coach, and ADHD coach, will present 10 tools for turning the tables on worry so you and your kids can learn more, play more and feel better about yourselves and your relationships.
Dr. Bauerfeld’s passion is teaching skills that lead to positive, connected relationships, especially skills of self-regulation, anxiety management, and effective communication. Combining the experiences and challenges she encountered while raising her own three boys with her experience in psychotherapy, neuropsychology, cognitive remediation, and ADHD coaching, she works to help parents strengthen their most powerful tool – a supportive, connective relationship with their children.
In the event that our parking lot is full there is municipal parking available across the street in the Webster parking lot.