Purposeful Parenting: Everyday Child Psychology
April 13th 5-6:30pm
RSVP to [email protected] if you need childcare
If you have kids or might have them, this event is for you. Both new and old parents alike!
This class will be a discussion on ideas, techniques, and strategies for everyday parenting as drawn from clinical child psychology. We’ve all heard “spare the rod and spoil the child” and understand that raising respectful children is part of being a faithful disciple, but we will discuss how that can be done in a thoughtful, proactive, non-physical way.
Katie Sack will be teaching this class. She has spent a large amount of time working alongside child psychologists and with special needs children and has learned many things that are very helpful, but frequently not told to parents of typically developing kids who can also use these ideas and have these strategies in their back pockets for hard days. Katie majored in psychology, has worked in three psych labs, has extensive experience working with children with ADHD and Autism through the University of Alabama-Birmingham’s STP program and as worked with a clinical child psychologist to organize and train students to care for children with developmental, emotional, and physical disabilities. Not to forget years of baby-sitting children with both special needs or behavioral difficulties.
This is a great opportunity to get some free advice and tools for raising your kiddos!
What: Parenting Class
When: April 13th, 5:00-6:30pm
Where: Eastside Church – 630 East Lake Dr. Decatur, GA, 30030
Childcare: Yes, but need to RSVP
Eastside Church – serving Decatur and Atlanta’s east side