Don’t miss our dynamic speaker, Jacqueline Rhew, CADC, LCPC, who specializes in working with children, adolescents and parents, on topics including anxiety, stress management, substance abuse, and other mental health related disorders. Jacqueline will provide essential tools for parents to build resiliency in children at any age, helping their children navigate stressful situations, learn to tolerate anxiety, and build skills to increase self-advocacy and problem solving abilities, thus leading to greater self-confidence and self-reliance. It is never too late to learn these strategies. Jacqueline recently co-authored Successful Parenting-Create Your Custom Plan for Raising Independent Children into Adulthood with Dr. Robin Choquette. Jacqueline will also review her new parenting model, The Successful Growth Model, which walks parents through a plan to create their own individualized family plan. Jacqueline provides trainings locally and nationally on topics including anxiety, parenting, and self-injury. She has authored several publications including School Refusal in Children & Adolescents, and has been featured on both ABC Channel 7 &and CBS 2 newscasts highlighting here work with adolescents struggling with avoidant school behaviors and bullying in the schools, as well as the Chicago Tribune and the Daily Herald.
(Jacqueline A. Rhew, Author, Keynote Speaker, Clinical Consultant & Liaison for Amita Health, Co-founder Center for Emotional Wellness, Co-founder Successful Parenting).
Forest View Educational Center Theater, Enter through Door 1
Register online at ce.d214.org or call 847-718-7700 to secure your spot.
NOTE: This is a free event.