Spring Webinar Series – Building Pathways for Mental Health

ChildBuilders' Wednesday Webinar Series for Parents and Caregivers begins again in April - in English and Spanish!

As part of our Building Pathways for Healthy Minds project, ChildBuilders' webinar series is a convenient opportunity for parents to learn mentally healthy parenting strategies. Skills covered through this program include using mindfulness and empathy in parenting and caregiving, as well as ways to support children through trauma. These interactive webinars are moderated by ChildBuilders trainers or mental health professionals from the community. Webinar recordings are also available to be viewed at your convenience through the website.

What is typical childhood behavior and when should I be worried? And if my child does begin to experience a mental health issue, what do I do? In this interactive webinar, participants learn about signs and symptoms of mental health concerns in young children and 3 strategies for helping children who may be developing mental health issues.
Mindfulness helps you to pay attention to the here and now with kindness, openness, and curiosity. Parents will learn to let go of their distracted thinking and refocus their attention on the present in a nonjudgmental way.
What are Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) and how does trauma impact the developing child? How does trauma “show up” in a child’s behavior? And what works to help children who have experienced grief and adversity? In this interactive webinar, you will learn about trauma’s effect on development and behavior and 5 strategies parents can use to help their child heal from traumatic experiences.
Children need connection and guidance to grow into healthy adults. The presentation will focus on connecting with your children while disciplining. Participants will learn different methods that can be used to help guide children toward wise choices, while keeping the dignity of the child intact.
As parents, our job is to protect our children. Learn to recognize and respond to abuse, including bullying, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, or physical abuse.
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