Free webinar offered for parents of teens struggling with remote learning

 
 
Updated 4/7/2021 4:02 PM

Krista Sherinian of Dunham Counseling in Naperville will present a free program for parents of teens on "Ways to Improve Learning Remotely."

The program will address helping students to improve executive function and students' mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The program will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 17, via Zoom.

Sherinian will offer tips on better establishing routines, uses of consequences and rewards and ways to improve students' physical and emotional health considering the stressors of the pandemic.

The program will include a 45-minute talk by Sherinian followed by an open question-and-answer period.

Sherinian is a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience she delivers with sensitivity and hope to her clients, ages 5 or older. She works with children and teens and is a trusted resource to parents of teens facing emotional and educational challenges. She often works collaboratively in cases of divorce and with stepfamilies. She has been a speaker in Naperville Unit District 203's Parent University. She has spoken locally on youth ADHD issues, teen-parent relational issues, advances in neuropsychiatry, and evidence-based holistic therapies.

To register for the event and receive a zoom link prior to 10 a.m., email your name and any desired question to info@dunhamcounseling.com by 5 p.m. Friday, April 16.

A return email will provide a secure Zoom link to the program. For more information on Dunham Counseling with in-person or telehealth services in Naperville and St. Charles, visit www.dunhamcounseling.com.

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