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Parenting Well: Mothering Moods, Memories and Myths

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Parenting Well is a mental health and wellness educational and supportive space for foster, adoptive and kinship parents. Parenting Well focuses on the well-being of caregivers including their mental, emotional, and psychological health. It is not therapy but will provide psychoeducational information and strategies to help improve mental wellness.

This session will focus on the wellness of mothers and provide the opportunity to reflect on our memories of being mothered, how we feel about mothering and the impact of the myths of the “supermom” on mothers’ mental wellness.

Facilitator:  Dianne Kelly, MS, LPC

Dianne Kelly is a licensed professional counselor in private practice. She has extensive professional experience in child welfare as well as personal lived experience as a  parent, stepparent, and relative caregiver.

*All participants should RSVP separately even if you will be listening on the same device.

 

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  • Parenting Well: Mothering Moods, Memories and Myths
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It was a great match it broke down the steps that helped me understand parenting.
Very informative. Thank you.
IN THIS COURSE I LEARNED THAT MOTHERING IS VERY IMPORTANT AND THAT SOME OF THE THINGS THAT WE AS MOTHERS HAS BEEN LEARNED BY WATCHING WHAT OUR MOTHERS HAVE DONE IN THE PAST AND WE TEND TO KEEP THAT IN MIND TO UNDERSTAND HOW WE SHOULD RAISE OUR OWN KIDS OR GRANDKIDS.
L
7 months ago
I liked the examples and interactive quality.
S
7 months ago
Very informative
This class was very informative and engaging.

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