Mindful Kids: Online Class for Middle and High School Students
This online class will review the importance of mindfulness and teach students easy ways to incorporate it into their daily routine.
Students will be provided an opportunity to deepen their experience with meaningful "homework".
Parents will be provided with a progress summary.
Each ticket includes one 45-60 minute online class, a meaningful homework assignment, resource list, and progress summary.
Session will be facilitated by a doctoral-level school social worker/certified school psychologist.
Date: Tuesday, January 19th
Time: 7PM EST
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With over 30 years of combined experience, Kristen and Melissa have worked with children and their families across a variety of settings.
As a doctoral-level school social worker and a certified positive discipline parent trainer Kristen has encountered the multifaceted impact a family’s social and emotional functioning can have on their discipline approach as well as the impact it have on a child’s behavioral needs.
As a school psychologist and board certified behavior analyst, Melissa is familiar with the impact that a child’s social emotional functioning can have on the behaviors they display within the classroom and at home.
However, the most important role both Kristen and Melissa have in life is that of being a parent. As parents they can understand the daily struggles we all face within our homes and within our family unit. They can relate to our attempts to juggle the day to day struggles life can throw at you while also trying to maintain a peaceful home environment. As a result, they are eager to share some tried and true strategies that can be helpful both in homes or at school. Kristen and Melissa create a judgment free environment where parents, children, and educators can share their experiences and seek support while learning new strategies to add to their toolbox.
Success Street, LLC
Kristen Niemczyk-Kistner, Ph.D.
Melissa Dupree, M.S., BCBA
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