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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 publications 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 Takoma Park 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.
“The Top Ten Mistakes Parents Make Because of Fear: and How to Avoid Them”
Thursday, October 9th, 7-8:30pm
At Wonders ChildCare
Why Are We Always Late?!
Open forum counseling, where I consult with parents and children from a volunteer family about the real reasons behind “Why Are We Always Late?” For parents and children ages 9 and up. Childcare is provided for younger children.
Saturday, October 11th, 6:30-8:30pm
At the Parent Encouragement Program
Arguing With Teens
Saturday, October 18th, 2-4pm
Baltimore Yearly Meeting, Youth Program/Parent’s Workshop
Stony Run Meeting, Baltimore
More Joy and Less Stress: Parenting with Courage and Uncommon Sense
Thursday, Oct. 23rd, 7-9pm
YMCA Youth & Family Services/Suburban Hospital