May 14, 2020
501 South Arlington Heights Road
Buffalo Grove, Illinois 60089
Parenting children in our complex world has always been difficult and COVID-19 presents us with even more unique challenges. As stressful as this time is for our children, it also gives an important opportunity to teach and model resilience.
In this evening presentation for parents, Dr. Doug Bolton will share current brain and social science research that can help guide us through these challenging times. He will also share parenting strategies that will help build resilience in our children so that they can effectively manage stress now and in the future.
This virtual event will be held on Monday, November 16, from 6:30-7:45 PM. To register, click here. Registered attendees will receive an email on Monday, November 16, before noon, at the email address provided in the registration form with a link and directions to participate virtually.
Presenter Doug Bolton, PhD
Dr. Doug Bolton has used his degrees in clinical psychology, school psychology, and educational leadership to support students with social, emotional and behavioral challenges in schools since 1987. Dr. Bolton graduated from Bates College in 1986 with a BA in Psychology and Religion. Subsequently, after working in therapeutic schools and residential facilities for three years, he pursued a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Vermont and received his degree in 1995. Dr. Bolton currently consults with schools to enhance their ability to support their students with mental health issues.
CCSD21 se orgullece en anunciar un evento virtual en español, enfocado en cómo manejar con el estrés durante la pandemia COVID-19.
17 de diciembre del 2020
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Por favor use esta forma para registrarse para el evento virtual en español. Usted recibirá un correo electrónico con un enlace y las direcciones como participar virtualmente. También, siéntase libre de someter preguntas que tenga acerca del desarrollo de resiliencia para usted y su familia.