Parenting through quarantine is proving to be demanding unlike any other time. Parents may feel intense overwhelm, frustration and anger, and shame or guilt if not parenting the way they’d hoped.
Your feelings are important and not wrong.
Join Parent Consultant Carol Castanon for this one hour workshop:
With support you will feel steadier. Reimagine yourself and your family during uncertainty.
“Each meeting with Carol and the other caregivers was uplifting and boosted my confidence as a parent. My experiences were validated and I now feel better equipped to handle the unique stress of these times.”
– Sarah, online class participant
For Parents and Caregivers of Children Ages 0-5
Saturday, October 24, 9:00 – 10:00 am
Free, Donations Welcome
Pre-registration required. Please register at least 30 minutes prior to the session start time. Early registration will help us anticipate class size and ensure you receive access to the workshop.
Contact us at 805-646-7559 x3 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Carol Castanon, Parent Consultant
Secure Beginnings Parent Consultant Carol Castanon has guided schools and worked with families prenatal to 18 for over 40 years. She was the Executive Director of Secure Beginnings, formerly Nan Tolbert Nurturing Center, from 2008 until 2017. Carol holds a degree in Human Development, and is certified in Maternal Mental Health and Parent-Child Relationships. She is a mediator specializing in family and school-based communication. Her theoretical leanings are in attachment, understanding the emotional life of children, child development, and anti-bias practices.
If you previously registered for and attended a workshop for free and would like to make a donation-based workshop payment, you may do so here.