The Power of Positivity – Let’s Make it Contagious
How to Help Our Children Find the Strengths in Themselves and Others: Activities That Can Be Done Day to Day.
This workshop is for families, for caregivers and their children, who may be feeling overwhelmed during this time and could benefit from activity ideas to help us stay focused on what is going well. Adaptations of activities will also be provided to support families with teens.
This webinar will be approximately 30 minutes in length.
Emily Smith is a Registered Social Worker (RSW) and has her Masters of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Toronto with a specialization in Children and Their Families. Emily has a private practice, Bridging Hope Therapeutic Services, located in Cambridge, Ontario, and servicing all surrounding areas. Emily offers counselling services to children, youth, adults, couples, and families.
She has completed all three Levels of the Play Therapy Certificate Program offered through the Canadian Association for Play Therapy, and uses Play-Based techniques in her work with children. Emily also practices principles and techniques from other modalities such as Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). Emily practices from a trauma-informed lens and recognizes the importance of attachment and the brain.
For any questions or more information, to book a free consultation, or to book an appointment, please do not hesitate to contact Emily by phone, email, or using the online booking app!
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Booking App: bridginghopetherapy.janeapp.com
Sign up for this webinar here.
Suggested materials for various activities (not required, we can be creative!): paper and something to write/draw with, magazines/pictures to cut from and scissors, tape, something to be used as a cape such as a bedsheet, housecoat, or towel, sticky notes, and a jar/container/box of some kind.
I hope this webinar will provide you with:
(1) Ideas to help your child(ren) focus on what is going well in their world during a time when we are surrounded by difficulty
(2) Activities to help your child(ren) reflect on their own unique strengths, helping them to feel special for who they are
(3) Practice your family can engage in to help promote positive thinking and actions within the family unit and beyond