Managing Anxiety, Stress, and the Challenges of Parenting Teenagers Through a Pandemic, presented by noted author psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour, on 5/5 at 7:30pm, in collaboration with the CCHS PA. More details on our Parents page....
Parents and Teachers: Check out the upcoming programs in the Parents and Teachers pages by noted speaker Lynn Lyons!
Did you miss Pandemic Parenting One Year In? Please check out this recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZmcwhbJ90A
One year into pandemic parenting many families are experiencing stressful moments around communication with children and teens. Please join Dr. Rachel Kramer for a recorded webinar presenting tools for supporting positive communication.
Did you miss Dr. Rachel Kramer's webinar designed for teens –
“Promoting Social and Emotional Well-Being: Strategies for Teens”
Dr. Kramer spoke directly to teenagers, responding to their questions offering information, tools, and strategies. Check out the link below to
If you are interested in Dr. Sion Kim Harris's zoom presentation on Things Parents Should Know about the Teen Brain and Substance Use, follow the link below!
Teachers are expected to provide a deep and enriching educational experience that exceeds past classroom standards and benchmarks. CPT offers preschool, elementary and secondary teachers innovative strategies and helpful tools through the provision of professional development workshops, conferences, resources and classroom materials.
Parents today face a wider range of challenges than ever before. CPT offers programs that increase parental effectiveness through high quality, low cost workshops and forums that address both ongoing and new challenges faced by parents.
Programs for parents such as Talking with Your Children About Diversity: Building Bridges of Understanding, Appreciation and Respect; Clearing Away the Smoke: How to Talk with Teens about Today's Marijuana; Programs for teachers such as Teaching Young Children Self-Regulation , Exploring Ways to Ease Children’s Anxiety, Worry and “Overwhelm” Through the Simplified Classroom and many, many more.......
Communities are being asked to forge alliances to work on issues that transcend home and classroom boundaries. CPT works in partnership with other community organizations to support best possible community wide responses to the many challenges of these times. Participants are offered exceptional learning opportunities that afford new strategies for effective responses.
To support its work with parents and teachers, CPT relies on individual donations and grants from community businesses and organizations such as the Concord-Carlisle Community Chest, Emerson Hospital, Healthy Concord, the Foundation for Metrowest, CHNA15, the Sudbury Foundation, The Bradford Mills, Concord Printing, Woodman & Eaton PC, local Parent Teacher Associations, First Parish Concord, The Colonial Inn and many generous individuals and families from throughout the region.
As an IRS-designated 501(c)3 non profit organization centered in Concord, MA, all donations to CPT are entirely tax deductible, in accordance with IRS rules and regulations.