Triple P Back-to-School Workshop Series: Dealing with Disobedience

Supportive, small group programs to connect with other parents about raising young children. You can attend any or all of the classes below for free.  Open to parents and caregivers of children ages 8 or younger in Delaware or Morrow Counties.

Wednesday, 9/15/211:00-2:30pm: Developing Good Bedtime Routines Get advice on getting your kid to go to bed—and stay there.

Wednesday, 9/22/21-1:00 -2:30 pm: Dealing with Disobedience Get tips on how to get kids to listen and follow directions—and what to do when they don’t.

Wednesday, 9/29/21- 1:00 – 2:30 pm: Managing Fighting and Aggression Learn strategies for teaching kids to solve problems and get along with others.

Unable to make any of the above workshops? Or dealing with a different behavior? Individual parenting support is available at a time that is convenient for you!

For more information or to register,
Follow link below: Or text “Summer” to Kyra Snider at (614)-407-5957 or email Ksnider@syntero.org

Melanin Moms

This free groups provides a place for moms to process, gain support, and to feel as though they are not alone in an inclusive space.

 

Group Purpose: Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives. This group currently meets virtually.

 

To register, contact Syntero Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPCC at kcardoso@syntero.org.

Melanin Moms

This free groups provides a place for moms to process, gain support, and to feel as though they are not alone in an inclusive space.

 

Group Purpose: Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives. This group currently meets virtually.

 

To register, contact Syntero Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPCC at kcardoso@syntero.org.

Melanin Moms

This free groups provides a place for moms to process, gain support, and to feel as though they are not alone in an inclusive space.

 

Group Purpose: Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives. This group currently meets virtually.

 

To register, contact Syntero Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPCC at kcardoso@syntero.org.

Melanin Moms

This free groups provides a place for moms to process, gain support, and to feel as though they are not alone in an inclusive space.

 

Group Purpose: Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives. This group currently meets virtually.

 

To register, contact Syntero Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPCC at kcardoso@syntero.org.

 

Melanin Moms

This free groups provides a place for moms to process, gain support, and to feel as though they are not alone in an inclusive space.

 

Group Purpose: Mothers, especially mothers of color, are feeling the overwhelming burden of society now more than ever, with the effects of the pandemic, racial injustice, politics, work, educating children, and managing households can be exhausting. Yet mothers often do not take the time to take care of their own emotional needs. Within this space, BIPOC mothers will be able to connect, support one another, and gain new perspectives on common issues impacting their daily lives. This group currently meets virtually.

 

To register, contact Syntero Diversity & Inclusion Program Coordinator Karida Cardoso, MS, LPCC at kcardoso@syntero.org.