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Webinar: Effective Skills for Supporting your Child after a Stressful Event

May 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT

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Effective Skills for Supporting Your Child After a Stressful Event

Do you fear that your happy, carefree child might never reappear? After that difficult experience, are they withdrawn, anxious, or maybe even acting out? You’re not alone. Many children struggle to cope with traumatic events.

This free webinar, Effective Skills for Supporting Your Child After a Stressful Event, hosted by trauma-focused therapist Courtney Chiles-Cloud, will equip you to parent a traumatized child. Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • How to help your child identify and understand their big emotions: Children often have trouble expressing their feelings, especially after something tough. This webinar will provide strategies to help your child recognize their emotions and communicate them in a healthy way.
  • Techniques to manage and cope with stress effectively: Stress can manifest in various ways, from physical symptoms to behavioral changes. Learn tools to help your child manage stress in a healthy way, reducing negative impacts.
  • Effective parenting skills to build resilience: This webinar goes beyond just coping. Discover strategies to help your child develop resilience so they can bounce back from challenges and thrive.

Our webinar host, therapist Courtney Chiles-Cloud, has extensive experience helping children overcome a variety of challenges, and in this webinar, she’ll share her knowledge and practical tools in a warm and engaging way.

Join us on Tuesday, May 9th, from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm CDT. This is a virtual event, so you can attend from the comfort of your own home.

Register now and take the first step towards helping your child heal and thrive.

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May 9
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CDT
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Effective Skills for Supporting your Child after a Stressful Event

This Focus on Wellness event helps parents learn effective skills to better support their child in regulating emotions and coping with stress.

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