C.A.R.E. Parent Support
At a time when we feel the world is closing in, and when we are having to physically isolate ourselves, we need each other more than ever, and to not isolate ourselves socially and emotionally. At ASK, we believe that the only way we can get through this difficult time together is to keep our virtual doors open to our parents, and continue to offer our support in areas which matters most at this particular time. To meet the current needs of the parents and their children, ASK will be offering online workshops and talks for the parents. We are available online during our office hours from 10h to 16h. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you need to speak to someone at ASK, for parents support or parent consultation. You can reach us at +41 0 22 788 21 02 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ASK C.A.R.E. Online Parent Support Series
Topic: Supporting Children & Adolescents in Difficult Times
By: Rachel Melville-Thomas, Child Psychotherapist , originator of WRS’s “Kids in Mind” Switzerland
An online presentation about how to help children and adolescents with anxiety, and particularly with regard to the coronavirus pandemic and social-distancing measures. And there will be time for your questions.
Thursday, Mar 26th, 15:30-16:30
How to join: Register here
Fee: Free for all ASK members. For those who are not members, please become Friends of ASK or make a donation to allow us to continue to offer support to parents and their children with learning differences and special educational needs.
About Rachel Melville Thomas
Rachel is a Specialist Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist with 30 years of experience in the UK and USA, Switzerland, France. She qualified from the British Association of Psychotherapists, and worked for many years at the University College Hospital (UCH), London, helping children and their families understand and cope with illness, surgery and chronic disease. Rachel has also worked in schools and clinics treating child anxiety, depression and behavior problems, as well as children with learning difficulties including those on the autistic spectrum.
The upcoming dates for the Online Parent Support Series
Thursday, April 2nd 15h30 to 16h30
Thursday, April 9th 15h30 to 16h30