Hats and Traps
September 30 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Presented by: Larisa Levalds, Pam Snelgrove (Child and Family Therapists) and Vibhuti Bhatt (Speech & Language Therapist)
Parenting during Covid 19 global pandemic has been unprecedented and challenging. Parents have been seen wearing many hats (new hats, old hats, patched hats, and other people’s hats) as families locked down and socially isolated.
This workshop invites you to consider and reflect on the traps of wearing so many hats during pandemic parenting. Using evidence-informed strategies, this workshop will help minimize meltdowns, reduce conflict and increase co-operation as you find your way as a post pandemic family.