Parenting: How It Changes As Our Kids Get Older Workshop
October 8 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Being consistent is important, but parenting is hard work and it’s so daily! How should we discipline our preschool age children or our 6-year-old? What about our 6th grader or Jr. High student? Or even our high school age kids? Should technology be used as a reward, or as a punishment?
Come hear what Lauran Thomas has to say about how parenting changes as our kids get older, and why we need to tailor our parenting techniques to fit the uniqueness of each individual child. We’ll explore how life as a parent changes through the stages our child experiences, and how we need to relate differently to our kids, as they go through these ages and stages on their way to becoming responsible adults.
About Lauran Thomas
Lauran Thomas is a Nationally Certified and Licensed Professional Counselor with a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University. She has worked as a school therapist and an in-home family counselor, has taught parenting classes and has run groups on life skills for adolescents and young adults. Lauran currently works with adolescents and their families on behavior and school-related issues. Specific areas of clinical expertise and interest include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, ADHD, PTSD, anger management, trauma, adjustment issues/life transitions, relationship conflicts, school/behavioral problems and high-risk teen behaviors.
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