Tuesday, May 10
8:30 – 10:00 p.m. Via Zoom
(One hour presentation with half-hour for Q&A)
Parenting is one of the hardest jobs out there. Children don’t cooperate easily. They often test the limits, answer defiantly, and don’t do what they have to do. How should parents set boundaries and make demands? Is it possible to discipline with love? So many children suffer from fear and anxiety. How can parents help their children be resilient enough to face life? These are some of the many difficult questions and challenges that many parents are facing. In this parenting session, you will learn what parenting with strength and confidence looks like.
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A link to the recording will be available to anyone who registers but can’t make it to the live event.
Featuring Michal Tessler, MS.Ed. BCBA, Behavior and Special Education Consultant, SHEMESH
Michal Tessler graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a MA in Early Childhood Special Education. She obtained a post graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis and is a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. Michal provides consultation to administrators and teachers in multiple day schools in our community. She also supports parents of children who struggle to thrive in the school system.