Cultivating Racial & Cultural Awareness in Children
Critical Topics in Parenting
- Understanding of how family beliefs, customs and values, consciously and unconsciously assign meaning to those differences.
- Practical tips for creating diversity in your children’s lives.
- Strategies for helping children develop confidence and comfort when navigating diverse settings.
Registration includes access to video recording, an audio version to listen to podcast style, and handouts.
Carol Muleta is a Parenting Consultant and creator of The Parenting 411®, a portal where she engages parents, guiding them in building strong family connections and fostering their children’s success in academics and life. She was named 2019 DC Mother of the Year® by American Mothers, Inc. She hosts the Parenting 411 radio show, where she explores various matters affecting family life from discipline and communications to work-life harmony and co-parenting. Carol is a PEP certified parent educator and has been delivering PEP classes, workshops and community talks since 2005.
Dr. Linda Fleming McGhee, JD, PsyD, is a practicing clinical psychologist and the founder of McGhee & Associates in Chevy Chase Maryland where she specializes in therapy for adolescents and young adults, assessments for learning differences, and educational consulting. She speaks nationally on mental health, race, and education, including as a speaker on behalf of the Steve Fund, an organization devoted to mental health for students of color. She is a contributor to The Son Rise Project, a support network for adolescent boys. Dr. McGhee has also served as an adjunct professor at George Washington, Trinity, the Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and the Washington School of Psychiatry. Dr. McGhee is currently the Chair of the Education Committee and a member of the Board of Directors of the Maryland Psychological Association.
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