For many of us, this is the time of year to set new goals and to establish good habits for ourselves and our families, like losing weight, eating more vegetables, or doing more yoga. But this past year was different (to say the least). Between the COVID-19 pandemic, the fires in the West of the United States, hurricanes on the East coast, political and social turmoil, murder hornets… and that is on top of whatever else has been going on in your life. It’s hard not to feel exhausted by everything that has happened and to be reluctant to set any New Year’s resolutions. And the teen in your life may also be feeling this way.
Join us for an in-depth discussion about how to begin processing what has happened in your life during 2020, how to use our experiences going into this coming year, and then how to help our teens do the same as well. We will be joined by Dr. Kristi Pikiewicz as she shares her input as an experienced psychotherapist. This webinar is hosted by Lacey Vernon, the community manager for Shadow’s Edge.
Dr. Pikiewicz earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA. She also holds a B.S. with a major in environmental science from Allegheny College and an elementary education teaching credential from Western Washington University.