Mindful Parenting

 

"Most agree that the job of parenting is one of the most, if not THE most, important jobs one does in life.  It can be confusing and complicated, especially in the ever changing world  of options/opportunities as well as dangers and pitfalls. Being a mindful parent can help us navigate the journey to ensure the greatest confidence that we are truly doing the best job we can while enjoying the process!
Whether you are just beginning your parenting experience or have adult children who you want  to develop your relationship with, this course will provide guidance, skills, and practice in parenting mindfully.
The course draws from evidenced based DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy),  child/human development through the life span, and family system approaches."

Most agree that the job of parenting is one of the most, if not THE most, important jobs one does in life.  It can be confusing and complicated, especially in the ever changing world  of options/opportunities as well as dangers and pitfalls. Being a mindful parent can help us navigate the journey to ensure the greatest confidence that we are truly doing the best job we can while enjoying the process! Whether you are just beginning your parenting experience or have adult children who you want  to develop your relationship with, this course will provide guidance, skills, and practice in parenting mindfully.The course draws from evidenced based DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy),  child/human development through the life span, and family system approaches."

Mindful Parenting

Class Dates: TBA

Time: TBA

Location: TBA

Cost: $375 (UNC Affiliates-$350)

To register, download and complete the registration form and email to mindfulness@med.unc.edu. Questions?  Phone 919-966-8586.


 Linda CherneyLinda Cherney, MS, licensed marriage and family therapist, has been supporting, teaching, and coaching parents for over 30 years. She has taught a mindfulness-based cognitive behavioral therapy class for adults since 1999 as well as teens and young adults since 2006. Linda looks forward to teaching this class in mindful parenting to those who are desiring to do healthy parenting of their offspring of all ages from infancy to adulthood.