Acknowledging children’s strong feelings as soon as they are noticed can decrease the intensity of the feelings, possibly preventing a meltdown.
Every child is different. What are the signs your child is feeling sad, angry, or worried?
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Supporting Children Affected by Parental Incarceration (Virtual)
Do you know a child with a parent who is incarcerated? Do you want to learn how to support the child and family? The incarceration of a parent disrupts parent-child relationships and increases a child’s risk of experiencing behavior problems, academic challenges, and health concerns. In this workshop, participants will learn what the research says on how to help parents and children connect during parental incarceration as