Raising children is challenging enough when everything is in place, but if a child has emotional, behavioral, or developmental disabilities, our lives can be very complicated. We love our kids and delight in their strength areas, but outbursts or other difficulties might also frame our lives and those of our other children. Families may struggle from the effects of secondary trauma and stress, and balancing the needs of all of our children while still taking care of ourselves is a challenge.
Dr. Carol Siegel, PhD, LP, is a licensed clinical psychologist who sees both adults and children in her practice. Her primary clinical focus is parenting. Her diverse experience includes expressive arts, autism, neuropsychological assessment, and child neuropsychology. She focuses on how parents navigate the developmental challenges of childhood and how parents’ experiences affect the development of their children.
- April 5, 2017
- 6:30 -7:45 pm Workshop & Discussion
- Hosmer Library, Meeting Room
- 347 East 36th Street
- Minneapolis, MN