These things, as well as others, form the backdrop, and sometimes the trampoline, from which our children will launch - or not. Just as there is no one “right” way for a child to be, there is no one “right” way for a parent to feel and every person experiences this developmental stage in different ways.
Every parent that I’ve worked with has a unique story, every young adult has an individual personality and it’s the combination of these and other factors that affect how we feel about, and communicate with, our children when they leave home (or don’t) during late adolescence.
In this 9 session discussion group, which meets once monthly for two hours each, I’ll discuss basic developmental norms that are common for most children in the 18 - 25+ year old age group, whether they’ve “launched” or not.
I’ll talk about the common mistakes that we make with children who are living at home, at college, or independently that can interfere with their ability to become resilient, resourceful, independent adults AND I’ll discuss tried and true solutions, based in learnable techniques, to remedy those mistakes.
The goal is to help your child launch into a healthy adulthood.
Join us once a month for nine 2-hour sessions from 6 to 8 PM EST via Zoom video conference (or phone if you prefer), on the following dates (all Thursdays):
- September 7
- October 5
- November 30
- December 14
- January 11
- February 8
- March 7
- April 18
- May 2
The total cost for the series is $900 and you can pay by check, credit card , Venmo or Zelle. Class size is limited to 6 people to ensure ample time for discussion, and a non-refundable registration fee of $100 by September 1st is required to hold your place in class.
Please feel free to share this invitation and contact us if you have any questions or would like to sign up.