Getting through the Pandemic with Love and Laughter featuring Meghan Leahy
Critical Topics in Parenting
This is the fifth webinar in this year’s free series, Critical Topics in Parenting, designed to address the most pressing issues facing families and children today.
- How parents can facilitate greater ease, cooperation, and joy through connection.
- How the common strategies of punishment and praise don't work...and why.
- Specific ways to connect with your children: what to say and do.
Your enrollment includes access to video recording, an audio version that you can listen to podcast style, and handouts.
Meghan Leahy is the mother of three daughters. She practices Zen Buddhism, holds a bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education and a master’s degree in school counseling and she is a certified parent coach and Neufeld Institute Facilitator as well as the On Parenting Columnist at the Washington Post. Leahy lives with her family outside Washington DC. She is the author of the recently released book “Parenting Outside the Lines: Tap Into Your Wisdom, and Connect with Your Child.”
The Critical Topics in Parenting series is made possible thanks to these sponsors:
"... approaching this subject was a great balance of both concern and lightness, the instructor also brought a realistic approach to the topic, (i.e., yes, we're going to have meltdowns and, we're working to reduce them.)"
--Participant, PEP Online