FREE Webinar - Helping your children grow through change; limited registration!

Webinar: Helping Your Children Grow Through Change

April 29, 2010

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Two Opportunities to participate:
3 pm EST/ 2 pm CST OR  6 pm EST/ 5 pm CST

Dr. Paula Rauch is the Program Director for the Family Support and Outreach component of the Home Base Program.

About Dr. Rauch (www.homebaseprogram.org) and Director of the Majorie E. Korff, PACT (Parenting At a Challenging Time) Program (www.mghpact.org) at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is the author of Raising an Emotionally Healthy Child When a Parent Is Sick used in the MCEC Living In the New Normal trainings and is a member of the MCEC Science Advisory Board. Dr. Rauch is a child psychiatrist and associate professor at Harvard Medical School.

Webinar: Helping Your Children Grow Through Change with Paula K. Rauch, M.D.

Join us:
RSVP Required - each time slot is limited to 30 spots!

To register: log on to www.MilitaryChild.org and choose “Upcoming Trainings” from the top menu bar.

How does the MCEC’s webinar process work?
It’s easy! Log on to our website above and register. You will receive a confirmation email. A few days before the webinar, a second email will arrive containing information on where to log on to join the webinar.

Once you log in on April 29, you will view a live presentation, given by Dr. Rauch, and you can even send questions to her during the presentation itself.

Dr. Rauch wants to hear from you…

1. What are you hearing from parents, children, or teachers about their real life challenges or concerns?

2. What are the situations that you find hardest to address (your real life examples)?

Please have all responses to Tina.Houston@MilitaryChild.org no later than April 26.

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