Parent Ed Events

Past Parent Ed Events: Fall 2019

How do we talk to our kids about......anxiety and depression?

Saturday, September 14 
5:00 p.m.

Dr. Crystal Collier, LPC-S has worked with individuals suffering from mental, behavioral, and substance use disorders since 1991. Her areas of expertise include adolescent brain development, parent coaching, family of origin therapy, prevention programming, and training new clinicians. She possesses a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, and a doctorate in Counselor Education. Presentation followed by time for parents to have dinner at a local restaurant. Childcare is available from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm for children 2 months through 5th grade with a reservation. 

*Free childcare is available for ages 2 months through 5th grade. Make your reservation by emailing names, ages, and additional information such as allergies to Reservations must be received by 11:59 pm, September 9. Your reservation is complete when you receive a confirmation email. Childcare space is limited. Make your reservation now!

Playdates to Powerpoint

Thursday, September 19
8:30 a.m.
Living Room
Join PS Parent, Anna McKay for a Parent Ed to discuss the transition of stay at home parents returning to work. Are you considering a return to paid work? Anna McKay, Career Transition Coach for Stay at Home Parents returning to paid work can help start you down the right path. Come learn how to figure out the next career for you, find out what you can do now to prepare to go back to work, and what to do about a gap on your resume for childcare responsibilities. 


If you have any questions about a parent education event, please contact Mimi Traylor, Director of Annual Fund & Volunteers. Feedback from events and suggestions for future events are also appreciated.