Smart Parenting for Smart Kids
Join us on April 27, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. for Smart Parenting for Smart Kids with Eileen Kennedy-Moore
It takes more than school smarts to build a fulfilling life. Our culture's relentless focus on "being impressive" places a huge burden on children that can eclipse other aspects of their development and leave them feeling anxious, disconnected, irritable or filled with self-doubt. The antidote is to create a broad self-definition that encompasses not only children's abilities but also their humanity and inner strengths. Drawing from research and clinical experience, this program offers parents doable strategies to help children learn to temper perfectionism, build relationships and find joy.
Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, is an author, psychologist, and mother of four, based in Princeton, NJ, whose work focuses on parenting and children’s feelings and friendships. She is a professor for The Great Courses, blogs for Psychology Today, is an expert contributor to PBS Parents, and serves on the advisory board for Parents magazine. Dr. Kennedy-Moore has been a featured guest on The TODAY Show and other national television and radio shows and is frequently quoted in major magazines and newspapers.