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“Parenting is Nation Building” WorkshopWell-known book author, clinical psychologist and UP professor Dr. Honey Carandang leads a parenting workshop organized by The MLAC Institute for Children and Families on February 17.
Parenting nowadays is not as simple as it was before. There are more stressors that impact on our families such as the internet, computer games, exposure to violence, the emergence of non-traditional families due to separation and overseas migration, challenging school and workload, and even heavy traffic! Parents now need to make more informed decisions and learn to parent with mindfulness.
The MLAC Institute for Children and Families is inviting you to a whole afternoon of listening, learning, and sharing as they discuss parenting across the different stages. The workshop, entitled “Parenting is Nation-Building,” is open to all who are taking care of children including single parents, teachers, social workers, counselors and even those who are now parenting their parents.
It will be held on February 17, 2011, from 1 to 6 p.m. at Club Filipino, Greenhills, led by speaker and facilitator Ma. Lourdes “Honey” A. Carandang, Ph.D., who is a well-known and acclaimed clinical psychologist, book author and professor at the University of the Philippines.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
To make sure you have a slot, a reservation fee of P2,000 must be paid on or before January 28, 2011.
For further details please call (02)569-9726 or (02)721-0498 You may also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Proceeds will go to parenting workshops for poor families in Pansol, Daang Tubo, and Marytown, Quezon City.
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