As much as we would like to, we cannot protect our children from feeling the pain of loss but we can help them manage that pain and express their emotions in a healthy way.
Join us for an Expert Q&A with Nicole Wallace as she discusses how you can help your child navigate grief and loss. We will cover how to identify the signs of grief in children, engage your child in healthy forms of grief expression, and ways to encourage conversations about grief with children.
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Nicole Wallace, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate and Parent Coach. Nicole has worked extensively with children between the ages of 5 and 14 in her role as a school counselor and school teacher for 22 years.
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This event is free to HER Circle members.
Non-members are welcome to join for just $10, please purchase your ticket via Eventbrite to receive the meeting room link to your inbox.
Members do not need to purchase a ticket on Eventbrite and can access the zoom link via the Monday member email or the private Facebook group.
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