The greatest gift we can give our children is to teach them to value themselves and to be able to approach life with confidence. This can be especially challenging for children touched by foster care or adoption.
Self-esteem is apparent in everything you do, from how you listen to new ideas and whether you’ll try something new, how you handle conversations, and how you see others, to the very essence that people perceive as you.
Topics we will cover include:
- Why self-esteem is important
- What causes low self-esteem
- How to encourage healthy self-esteem
- How to help your child manage negative self-talk
- How to teach your child to manage their feelings and be optimistic
- How to help your child make friends
- How to encourage your child to set goals and evaluate achievements
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
About the Trainer: Kathy Duffek, BSWC, Parents Place, Program Manager, has over 20 years of experience in leadership positions in the nonprofit, parent education, and family service sectors. She is an innovative parent educator, experienced in program development and implementation, grant writing, and public speaking on a variety of parenting issues.
Since 1995, Kathy has worked as the Community Education Coordinator at Parents Place Family Resource Center in Waukesha County. She has a passion for working with children and families, especially in the areas of social and emotional development. She is a strong advocate for strengthening families and feels that every family would benefit from parent education and support.
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