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 Spring 2011
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From Frenzy to Focus
Bully Prevention
Social Skills Kids Group
The Medication Dilemma
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Navigating ADHD: Your Guide To The Flip Side Of ADHD 


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Tracey & Holly's
Strategy-4-Success:
 
Tell your child 14 times as many positives as negatives each day  

 

Your child is most likely redirected many times throughout the day. Be conscious of the amount of times you give your child positive feedback.  The results are priceless!


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Upcoming Spring Workshops and more!   

Greetings!

We hope you find the following upcoming events, success strategies, and our favorite survival items helpful.  Feel free to contact us with any questions, all feedback is welcome!

On April 27th we will be on Blog Talk Radio discussing the topic of ADHD.  All details will be available on our website. We hope you will join us live during the discussion or, if you'd like to email us with any questions we'd be happy to address them anonymously during the show.

Sincerely,

Holly and Tracey


Guided Workshop

From Frenzy to Focus

      March 12, 2011  9am-1pm   $95   

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   E
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   Tools for morning, homework & evening routines
   Organizational strategies

Tween Empowerment Group for Girls

Bully Prevention- Excluded & Ignored:

 

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March 23, 2011 7pm-8pm  6 weeks $35/wk

'Excluded & Ignored' is a 6-week Empowerment Group

Workshop specifically for girls ages 12-14.  Together Holly and Tracey will address current bullying and cyberbullying issues that often result in poor self esteem and isolation.   Participants will:

 

        Discuss the bully, the target, the bystander, and the ally
        Learn to protect themselves from cyberbullying
        Build confidence while enhancing communication skills
        Share stories and learn from each other
        Move from isolated to connected


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Success Seminar 1 

Social Skills  Kids Group 

navigator March 23, 2011 6pm-7pm  6 weeks $35/wk
Children ages 7-10 will join Tracey and Holly for several art and activity-based projects that will demonstrate and teach social skills.  The focus will be on building confidence, self-esteem, conversation skills and empathy in a fun and effective way.

Success Seminar 2 

The Medication Dilemma:  What You Need to Know

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March 23, 2011 8pm-9
pm  $35
An educational discussion to learn how medication works, the pros and cons, and the steps involved in the decision-making  process.

ASK THE EXPERTS! 

 

Q:   My child is always putting himself down. It is heartbreaking and I feel so helpless, what can I do?

 

A:   Establish a no put-down policy.  Your child probably already knows that he/she isn't allowed to put siblings or friends down, but has never considered how hurtful it is to turn negativity onto him/herself.  For your no put-down policy, explain that for every put down you hear, your child has to give a compliment to that person (even if that person is him/herself!).  Then give your child an extra compliment for good measure! The constant positivity is bound to rub off on your child and at the very least, will demonstrate that you believe in him/her.

  

If you have a confidential question, please email us and and we'll answer it! 

 

Tracey Bromley Goodwin 

 Tracey Bromley Goodwin, M.Ed. & Holly Oberacker, ATR, LMHC