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How Can Emory Help You?
Emory's expertise as both a family therapist and a parent educator make her uniquely qualified to help you, your children and your family. Since 1996, she has taught well over a thousand parents how to have healthier, happier, and better functioning families--and her award winning published articles illustrate her good humored yet practical approach to the ups and downs of family life. Emory's warm and down to earth approach blends respectful appreciation with friendly curiosity, making it easy for people of all ages and backgrounds to connect and work collaboratively with her. You can meet with Emory in Silver Spring and at the PEP offices in Kensington. Or, if your busy schedule makes it difficult to schedule an office visit, Emory can share conversations with you by Skype or phone.
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PEP I: Parenting 5-12 Year Olds
The first core class at the Parent Encouragement Program (PEP). This class gives you new abilities to understand, teach, and correct your child in ways that inspire your child to become more cooperative, kind, and responsible. Join us on Saturday, Oct. 26 and Nov. 9 to get the full 8 part class in only 2 days.
From “Just Get it Done” to Excellent!”: When Kids and Parents Disagree About What is “Good Enough” Homework
In this program, I work with a family of parents and children who have a problem with this issue. The audience of parents and kids (9 and up) get to listen to how another family struggles with, and figures out how to deal better with homework.
Coming Soon! Check back for details about the Parenting Series I’ll be doing later this year for the Sachs Center in the Upper West Side of New York City.Read More