Crucial Conversations: Raising Resilient Children

How can you help your child manage their emotions so they cope well with disappointment and in stressful situations?

Erin Tebben, early childhood mental health consultant at Nationwide Children’s Hospital will share strategies that will allow your children to recognize positive and negative emotions – and deal with them in a healthy way.  The evening will begin with prayer and reflection led by Sister Teresa Tuite, OP.  This presentation is geared for parents of children in sixth grade and under.

The seminar will cover:

  • Recognizing, understanding and
    accepting feelings
  • Expressing feelings safely
  • Developing a positive outlook
  • Building coping skills
  • Dealing with negative feelings and tough situations
  • Managing stressful life events

The seminar is an informal presentation with time for reflection, discussion and questions.  It will give you an introduction to the Triple P program and positive parenting strategies, and some great ideas to take home and try out with your family right away.

November 8, 2018 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Hendricks Hall

About the Speaker

Erin Tebben

Erin Tebben is a licensed professional clinical counselor and early childhood mental health consultant.  She has worked with children and their families for more than ten years in a variety of settings including child welfare, mental health and prevention programs. Erin feels passionately about the power of parenting and works to ensure that parents have the skills and resources they need to feel confident and competent as they do this most important job.

“These are issues that are affecting our youth here at St. Brigid, but I’m confident that if we build awareness and learn about these risks we will protect our children. Your support and awareness is how we make our community stronger.”

Monsignor Hendricks