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Encouraging smart choices in a wired world
Lecture with Jo Langford, M.A.

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Education is the first step in discerning what is okay for your kids online and what is not. Author and therapist Jo Langford gives the basics on popular social networking sites and provides tips on creating smart boundaries and expectations for a healthy online 'relationship' for you and your family.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
7 - 9 p.m.
Wright Auditorium, Seattle Children's Hospital, Seattle
Tickets $25 pre-sale, $30 at the door
STARS Credits Available

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Making Love Last and Marriage Work
Lecture with John Gottman, Ph.D.

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Strengthen and improve your marriage with Dr. John Gottman, world-renown relationship author, researcher and expert.  Learning to deal with relationship conflict in a positive way and recognizing the importance of intimacy with your spouse translates to a nurturing and loving environment for your family.


Thursday, February 11, 2016

Redmond

 

 

 

  

The Gift of Anxiety: Turn your child's worry into growth
Lecture with Chris McCurry, Ph.D.

Parenting your anxious childParenting an anxious child can become worrisome and stressful for all involved.  Author and psychologist, Chris McCurry, Ph.D., dives into the early origins of child anxiety and provides insight and strategies for clearer communication, mutual respect and problem solving techniques.

Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Issaquah            

 

 


Keep Calm and Parent On: Raising safe, self-reliant kids

Lecture with Lenore Skenazy

Keep Calm and Parent OnIt's time to change the way we look at obstacles and stop making assumptions our kids cannot clear their own path.  Join Lenore Skenazy, author, columnist, blogger, and reality tv show host of 'World's Worst Mom', for a talk laced with humor, wit, and the honest truth; your kids can be independent.

Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Seattle

 

 

 

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