PJ Parenting – eating and sleeping issues for all ages and stages
Sunday, Oct. 14
Leonard Lounge – Federation campus
FREE – bagels and coffee included
Join us for a casual conversation about children of all ages and stages eating and sleeping habits and issues.
Dara Musher-Eizenman is a full-time professor in the psychology department at Bowling Green State University. Her research examines how children develop their eating habits and the role that parents play in this development. She has published close to 100 articles and book chapters on the topic. Her three children all like eating vegetables.
Dr. Kay Tompsett Weingarden is an associate professor of clinical psychology at Bowling Green State University who specializes in work with children, adolescents, and their families. She also has extensive experience with adults. She teaches undergraduate psychology classes and graduate courses in the clinical psychology doctoral program. Weingarden uses a family-focused cognitive-behavioral approach to work with children with behavioral problems, ADHD, anxiety, and depression.
RSVP by Friday, Oct. 12 to Hallie Freed at 419-724-0362 or Hallie@Jewishtoledo.org