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Speaking Engagements
(virtual or in-person)

Education comes in all forms. I work with public and private schools, community organizations, religious institutions, and others who want to create customized learning experiences designed for their parent and professional staff/educator community. These sessions can be topical or more generalized parenting or educational content. In the parenting space, my goal is to help parents develop a more connected relationship with their tw/teen, learn solutions to a variety of parenting challenges, and ultimately live a more fulfilled family life! In the educator space, my goal is to help educators (formal and informal) navigate their educational environments more successfully and help educators build the skills necessary to be responsive and adaptive to all of their constituents (students, parents, colleagues, administrators, and leadership).

A key organizational benefit to offering these types of educational opportunities is that it forms and supports parent or professional communities so they understand that they are not alone in the work that they are doing either at home or in the 'office'. When parents and professionals bond over learning experiences provided by organizations they engage with, they are also more likely to volunteer, promote, and donate those organizations!  

Speaking Engagements Can Be**: (in-person and virtual)

- 1 or 2 hour one-time sessions

- 1/2 or full day sessions

- Multi-day sessions or Weekend Retreat/Shabbaton

** Pricing is based upon type and length of presentation as well as travel costs if applicable.

Sample Learning Sessions Designed for Parent 
(and Grandparent)

  • Understanding the tw/teen brain and its impact on tw/teen behavior

  • What’s going on with teens today?

  • Understanding and facilitating resilience

  • Exploring common mental health disorders impacting tw/teens today

  • Navigating the emotional rollercoaster

  • Turning power struggles into mutual agreements

  • Risky behaviors – online friendships, sex, drugs, drinking, and driving

  • The 411 on social media...the good, the bad, and the ugly

  • Optimizing the grandparent relationship by understanding tw/teens 

  • Communicating to build stronger relationships with tw/teens

  • Setting boundaries, ownership of responsibilities, and behavioral agreements

  • Motivating teens to…do their homework, volunteer, get a job, apply for college

  • Creating and operating out of a core values framework

  • Optimizing tw/teen and grandparent relationships

  • Strengthening relationships between grandparents and their adult children

Sample Learning Sessions Designed
for Professional Communities:

  • Understanding and Utilizing Social Emotional Learning in Everyday Curriculum

  • Engaging Parents as their Own Constituency in the School and Classroom

  • Classroom Management 411: K-12th grade

  • Creating a Rock Solid Mentor Relationship with Teens (community mentorship program)

  • Working Effectively with GenZ Employees: Hiring, On-boarding, & Supervising

  • How to Use a Checklist System to Streamline Your Organization

Join the growing community of incredible organizations
that engage Anchored 
Parenting, LLC in continuing education:

4Front Baltimore, Baltimore, MD

BBYO Lonestar Region, TX (BBYO International)

Broward County Jewish Federation, Davie, FL
Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Boston, MA
Epstein School, Atlanta, GA

Jewish Grandparents Network, Atlanta, GA

Houston Jewish Federation, Houston, TX 
JCC Metropolitan Detroit, Detroit, MI
Jewish Family Service, Seattle, WA 

Jewish Grandparents Network

JumpSpark, Atlanta, GA
LA Jewish Teen Initiative, Los Angeles, CA
Moving Traditions, Denver, CO
Pace Academy, Atlanta, GA
Springboard, Chicago, IL

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