Thursday, February 25th 6:30 to 8pmOur goal is to educate, equip and empower parents to become effective advocates for their children and to develop the parenting, coping and resilience skills needed to have a happy, healthy and successful family. This Support Group for Dads is a safe place to connect with other passionate dads to learn innovative approaches to parenting while building on their strengths and supporting them as neededZoom Meeting ID: 932 9661 7237
We are very pleased to have renowned Parent Coach, Maria Sanders, LSW, to participate in our ONLINE SEPAC MEETING. Ms. Sanders has consistently been very generous of her time in presenting at our Meetings and helping answer Parents questions.
Maria Sanders is a Licensed Social Worker and PCI Certified Parent Coach®. She works with parents struggling with any parenting challenge, from getting a child to sleep to communicating with a taciturn teen. A lot of her work is supported by Conscious Parenting and Collaborative Problem Solving. Maria Sanders is Certified in the Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS) approach by Think:Kids, a program based in the Department of Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA
Maria works one on one with parents virtually (phone or video) or in her Montclair office. She offers programs to public schools, independent schools, preschools, pediatrician offices, professional organizations, and corporate settings.
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We invite artists, families and support coordinators to join us for a Virtual Open House to introduce MAM’s new Access Program: Private Studio Instruction. We strive for full inclusion in our Yard School of Art classes, but also understand that there are times when students may be interested in private lessons. Taught by trained educators and designed to meet the unique goals of each student, the classes are accessible to all audiences including people with physical disabilities, intellectual and learning disabilities, sight loss or hearing loss, chronic illness, memory loss, or mental illness. MAM is an approved Goods and Services provider through the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD). Closed captioning will be provided.