The Parent’s Guide To
School At Home
Presented by: Lana Gollyhorn, MA, Psychotherapist
DATE: April 16, 2020 (Thursday)
TIME: 9:30am, MST
DURATION: 45 minutes
Children (and parents!) are adjusting to online school, isolation from friends, cancelled sports, and sharing physical space with family 24/7. The unexpected reality of staying at home has unfolded and the struggles are stacking up.
This 45-minute parent seminar will provide you with the information, tools, and support that you need to keep your family healthy and productive right now.
- The most common struggles children are having with this new reality of school at home and social isolation
- 5 parenting tools to help your child succeed in school at home, avoid meltdowns and freakouts, and keep the family peace
- How developmental stage and brain differences influence behavior and emotions
- What parents are doing well, and why children are responsive, resilient, and adaptive
About the Speaker:
Lana Gollyhorn, M.A., Psychotherapist is the creator of Parenting the Plugged-In Child, and has a private psychotherapy practice treating children, adolescents, and young adults. She provides dynamic educational seminars on parenting topics and mental health. Lana earned her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver in 2001. She is trained in evidence-based therapeutic approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy.