As a society we have been more isolated than ever before due to the pandemic. COVID-19 has given us a new perspective on what others are going through, from the loss of family members and friends, to the loss of jobs.
Now we are facing another challenge, acts of violence and protest rooted in racism.
There are many confusing and frightening images and stories on the news right now. How do we explain what is happening to our children?
Child Guidance Resource Centers, a nonprofit organization that provides mental health services for children and families, will host a Virtual Meetup to discuss this important topic.
On Friday, June 5, at 1:30 p.m,, two Child Resource Center therapists will offer a free live Zoom session. Learn effective ways to have challenging conversations with your children about race and violence.
We hope you will join us. To claim your spot, contact Lrichmond@cgrc.org.
You can also learn more about talking to your children about racism through this Child Guidance Resource Centers Facebook video found here, or by visiting the Child Guidance Resource Centers Facebook page.
Child Guidance Resource Centers, located in Havertown, is a nonprofit community behavioral healthcare organization. Its mission is to provide quality care and educational services that assess, treat, and empower children, adolescents, and families with behavioral challenges, developmental disabilities, or residential needs in the Delaware Valley.
To find out more about Child Guidance Resource Centers, visit their website here.
You Might Also Like