Parenting 101: Chores, Rules and Home

There is always something to learn at the Library!
There is always something to learn at the Library!

The Swansea Public Library is pleased to offer Parenting 101: Chores, Rules and Homework, Oh My!, a parenting workshop with Dr. Dawn DePasquale on Saturday January 18th at the Swansea Public Library from 1:00-2:30PM. 

        Ever wonder how to get your kids to listen, do their school work, and clean their rooms?  Here's your answer!  In just an hour, learn simple strategies to connect with your child and make him or her a partner in creating a better, healthier home environment where children CHOOSE to be a productive member of the family.  Sound impossible?  It's not!  Q & A will follow lecture. 

Dr. DePasquale is the founder, CEO, and Clinical Director of Bell Mental Health Associates. She is a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology through the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. She has worked in the Mental Health field since 2000, and her training and experience include one-on-one treatment as well as family, couples, and group therapy with both children and adults.

. Dawn currently publishes a mental health blog on this website entitled, “The Comfy Couch.” She is also the featured Mental Health expert, Divorce expert, and Parenting expert for the website examiner.com and contributes weekly mental health blogs. Dawn has been featured regularly on WSAR radio and participates in national and international radio podcasts regarding mental health issues. Dawn is currently working on two books, “The Year of Fear: How to Embrace Your Fears and Live Your Best Life”, and “Bats in the Belly”, a children’s guide to anxiety.

Join us for the first in a series of talks on different family issues.  For more information or to sign up, please contact YA Librarian Carol Gafford at 508-674-9609 or visit www.swansealibrary.org

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