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A simple interactive program to help parents and caregivers promote the positive mental health of young children. Topics are organized into 4 Building Blocks: Building Trust and Attachment, Building and Enhancing Self-Esteem, Expressing Emotions, and Relationships with others.

Due to Covid 19 protocols programs may look different than they have in the past.

Presenter: Brittney Doody, Mental Health Therapist on CASA’s Infant and preschool Services team.

This 2-part workshop is designed to help you support your child through big emotions and explosive behaviours. You will have opportunities to brainstorm and practice ways to be a source of co-regulation for your child.

A simple interactive program to help parents and caregivers promote the positive mental health of young children. Topics are organized into 4 Building Blocks: Building Trust and Attachment, Building and Enhancing Self-Esteem, Expressing Emotions, and Relationships with others.

Due to Covid 19 protocols programs may look different than they have in the past.

Presenter: Brittney Doody, Mental Health Therapist on CASA’s Infant and preschool Services team.

This 2-part workshop is designed to help you support your child through big emotions and explosive behaviours. You will have opportunities to brainstorm and practice ways to be a source of co-regulation for your child.

A simple interactive program to help parents and caregivers promote the positive mental health of young children. Topics are organized into 4 Building Blocks: Building Trust and Attachment, Building and Enhancing Self-Esteem, Expressing Emotions, and Relationships with others.

Due to Covid 19 protocols programs may look different than they have in the past.

A simple interactive program to help parents and caregivers promote the positive mental health of young children. Topics are organized into 4 Building Blocks: Building Trust and Attachment, Building and Enhancing Self-Esteem, Expressing Emotions, and Relationships with others.

Due to Covid 19 protocols programs may look different than they have in the past.

A program that helps parents and caregivers understand childhood stress and how to provide children with tools to effectively manage stress. These are practical sessions where parents will gain knowledge, awareness, and skills to help their children become healthier and more resilient.

A program that helps parents and caregivers understand childhood stress and how to provide children with tools to effectively manage stress. These are practical sessions where parents will gain knowledge, awareness, and skills to help their children become healthier and more resilient.

A program that helps parents and caregivers understand childhood stress and how to provide children with tools to effectively manage stress. These are practical sessions where parents will gain knowledge, awareness, and skills to help their children become healthier and more resilient.

Parkland School Division is proud to present this FREE information session for local families.

In this session, we will discuss:

  • Universal parenting practices to support mental health and enhance social connectedness.
  • Practical back-to-school tips on scheduling, routines, and creating positive expectations for the new school year.
  • Proven strategies to support children and parents struggling with anxiety and adjusting to the “new normal” of school in the fall.
  • The session will also include some Q&A time for parents/guardians to ask questions regarding specific challenges their children may be experiencing.