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Parent Ed

"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."
- Mahatma Gandhi

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Bel Aire Elementary School, 277 Karen Way, Tiburon, CA 94920, USA
This program will feature Dr. Jennifer Golick, MFT of Muir Wood Adolescent and Family Services. Sponsored by Being Adept, Dr. Golick will give parents concrete tools to deal with the changing environment around marijuana legalization and adolescent use. Both parents and adolescents are encouraged to attend this special event to learn how marijuana has changed over the last decade with its high THC potencies, the impact it has on the developing adolescent brain and how to discuss this as a family. 

January 16, 2018 from 6:30-8:00 pm at Bel Aire Elementary School in Tiburon.

For more information visit http://www.betheinfluencesf.com/blog

* "This is an off-campus community event, not produced by San Domenico, but open to all local community members.
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Ferguson Conference Room

San Domenico's annual presentation by MS Counselor, Christina Klein, and LS Counselor, Lisa Richter, about the middle school (6th-8th grade) Human Sexuality curriculum. Guest speaker, Steve Gardner, Family Life Education Specialist, will speak on the topic of "When Sex is the Subject". Q & A to follow. We hope to see you there!

Location: Ferguson Conference Room (2nd Floor of Library).

RSVP: cklein@sandomenico.org

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PRACTICE San Francisco, 1958 Union St, San Francisco, CA 94123, USA
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Perfectionism and Presence in Parenting


Perfectionism and Presence in Parenting with Jacquelyn Richards, MA, MFT 
Parenting is joyful and messy, rewarding and challenging, and often calls upon abalance between improvisation and structure. In this evening talk we will explorehow we can shift from the pressures of perfectionism to greater acceptance andpresence in parenting. You will learn about the human nervous system, practiceways to shift from stress to presence and update your parenting narrative for amore sustainable caregiving experience. 

Questions we will address:- Why is presence so important in parenting and how can you engage theright amount of pressure for yourself and your child?- When under stress, how can you regulate your/your child's nervous system?- What expectations do you have for yourself as a parent and for your child?How do these expectations guide or inhibit growth and wellbeing? 

Jacquelyn Richards, MA, MFT is a licensed psychotherapist whoworks with teens, adults and couples to relieve anxiety, depressionand navigate life transitions. Over the past ten years, she hassupported youth ages 9-18 to address a wide range of socialemotionalneeds and currently works with middle school youthand families as the Upper School Counselor at San Francisco DaySchool. Her approach is strength-based and draws heavily from restorative justice,mindfulness and somatic (mind-body) practices. 

www.jacquelynrichards.com 

Register online: www.practicesanfrancisco.com/schedule
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Mill Valley Community Center, 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941, USA

From 7:00 9:00 pm on 1/31/18  at the Mill Valley Community Center, Buckelew Programs will be screening "Not Alone", interviews with teens about suicide and mental illness. The film is frank and compelling, grounded and non-dramatic, featuring teens from Marin. It premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival this past October.

Following the 50 minute film, Michael Pritchard, teen advocate and mentor, will interview Kiki Goshay, the director/ producer and then we'll  move to Q&A with audience participation. We are also offering gratis Spanish translation at the event through the generosity of the Marin County Office of Education. 

Tickets are $25 through this link http://bit.ly/2B5JfhX For financial assistance with tickets contact your school level counselor and we will provide complimentary seats.

* "This is an off-campus community event, not produced by San Domenico, but open to all local community members.

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