Transitions In the Middle School Years
SupportingYour Middle School Student During This Intense Period of Developmental Change
Presented by Rick Irving, MSW (one of CPT’s most popular presenters!)
Free and open to all interested adults, especially parents, grandparents and caregivers!
As children face normal (and even unexpected) transitions in their lives, such as this intense one of moving into and through middle school, there are ways we as parents/grandparents can provide supports and reassurances that will assist the child to move forward in a smooth way. Join us as we discuss effective approaches that offer children of middle school age support and stability in the midst of so much change. Share concerns and questions and come away with concrete ideas to help foster children’s resiliency during this “roller coaster”stage of development.
About Our Presenter: Rick Irving is a clinical social worker with over 40 years experience working with children, families and schools. He has held the role of a Clinical Director of a residential treatment center for emotionally troubled adolescents. For 26 years, he served as a clinical social worker in the Andover Public Schools, working with students and their parents at all grade levels. For over 30 years he has maintained a private practice supporting children with behavioral, emotional and learning disabilities. He also consults to parents and schools about their children’s issues. Rick has been a keynote speaker throughout Massachusetts and overseas, including at conferences in Nice, Rome, Madrid, Birmingham and Stockholm. He has consulted to schools in Brussels, Amsterdam, The Hague, Madrid and Rome.
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