Overwhelmed, Over-Scheduled, Overindulged Share +
Posted by: coronadosafe 5 years, 7 months ago
(2015 Parenting Conference Blog Series Part 1)
Over the past year, we’ve been inquiring and listening to parents and families in our community about the challenges they face on a daily basis.
And we've heard three very distinct and common threads . . .
We are Overwhelmed.
Our kids are Over-scheduled.
We're worried that they may be Overindulged.
So, is there a fix? And if so, what is it and how can I make it work for my family? If you are a parent, grandparent or family member looking to improve the attitude, approach, and purpose - this upcoming event is for you.
This January, Coronado SAFE presents... “Raising Children in an Age of Overwhelm” with an incredible line up of exciting speakers...
- Lucinda Ribant – Motivational Speaker, Therapist, and Parent Educator
- Lorraine M. Hobbs – Director of Youth and Family Programs, U.C. San Diego Center for Mindfulness
- Brad Willis – Former NBC network news war correspondent and author of Warrior Pose
- Jeff Everage – Prior Navy SEAL and Producer of The Joy of Parenting Online Course
- Sara Vance – Nutritionist, author and founder of Rebalance Life
- Dr. Adria O'Donnell - Psy.D, Clinical and Consulting Psychology
WHEN? Saturday, January 24th from 8:30am-12:00pm
WHERE? In a new and even larger bigger venue - THE COSA THEATER, 600 D Avenue Coronado, CA 92118
IS THERE AN EARLY BIRD PRICE? YES! Register before January 12th, and receive $10 per person or couple. Discount pricing available to Military and Grandparents!
REGISTER HERE to receive your Early Bird discount today!
At this past year’s 2014 conference, over 125 Coronado parents joined us for “Raising Kids in a Wired World" - Just in case you missed it, here’s a 2-minute SNEAK PEAK on some of the highlights from last year.
The 2015 Speaker Line Up with include:
Lucinda Ribant – Motivational Speaker, Therapist, and Parent Educator
Creating Home as the Safe Haven in Today’s Hectic World
Family therapist and lead SAFE parent Educator helps parents redefine their family’s mission, values and purpose to provide kids with much needed stability in today’s hectic world.
Lorraine M. Hobbs – Director of Youth and Family Programs, U.C. San Diego Center for Mindfulness
Time In is the New Time Out: Receptive versus Reactive Parenting
Raising children is often perceived as a challenging and stressful period of life for parents. Hobbs helps parents adopt mindful practices to reduce stress and reactivity, enhance emotional regulation, and support healthier communication between parents and teens.
Brad Willis – Former NBC network news war correspondent and author of Warrior Pose
Media and Parenting Today’s Child
Willis explores the effect of mass Media on our Children’s Precious Minds and why parents and the classroom can’t compete with the bedazzlement of Facebook, videogames, text messaging and prime-time television dramas.
Jeff Everage – Prior Navy SEAL and Producer of The Joy of Parenting Online Course
Ancient Models for Modern Parenting
Jeff Everage reveals the power behind ancient wisdom drawn from the Bushman in Africa to re-discover ways modern families can live, play and parent.
Sara Vance – Nutritionist, author and founder of Rebalance Life
Are Processed Foods Overwhelming Our Kids' Bodies?
Nutritionist Sara Vance reveals the inconvenient truth of what is lurking in convenience foods, and how they could be impacting our kids’ health. In this eye-opening, must see presentation, Sara reveals how toxic amounts of sugar and other chemicals can affect our children's physical, emotional, and mental health. This might just change the way you shop for your family.
Parenting Through a New Lens
Adria O'Donnell - Psy.D, Clinical and Consulting Psychology
Dr. Adria O'Donnell, clinical and consulting psychologist will animate how stress and anxiety is impacting your parenting and creating communication obstacles with your child or teen. She will reframe bad behaviors - yours and their's - as anxiety based & cause you to rethink how you parent.
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