Below are some helpful parenting resources we would love to connect you to!
Wednesday Night Parenting Class at FPC
Parenting: The Gritty Work of Raising Gutsy Kids
Led by Jeremy Shapiro
Location: Vance Hall/MW-222
Jeremy Shapiro is a licensed professional counselor with From Within Counseling, a ministry of our church. Jeremy, along with several other guests, will be speaking to parents about the following topics:
Begins: January 11, 2017
Week 1: Being a Safe Parent: The Difficulties of Gathering our Chicks under our Wings
Week 2: Inventing the Wheel, Part 1: Raising Kids with Technology, Pitfalls & Possibilities
Week 3: Inventing the Wheel, Part 2: Raising Kids with Technology, Practical Strategies
Week 4: Raising Siblings: The Challenges of Parenting Different Kids Under the Same Roof
Week 5: Helping Boys and Girls Develop a Healthy Sense of Self
Week 6: Parenting & Discipline, Part 1: Becoming a Good Detective
Week 7 and 8: Parenting and Discipline, Parts 2 and 3: The Two Questions Every Kid is Asking & How to Answer Them
Whoever believes in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them. By this he meant the Spirit…” (John 7:38 NIV)
As a ministry of First Presbyterian Church, From Within Counseling will be offering child, adolescent, family, adult, and couples counseling, as well as, parent consultation for church members and staff*; students, families and faculty of Oak Hill School*; and those in our Nashville community. Our hope is to help those that feel like they are at the end of their rope find peace and personal growth though support and guidance in a comfortable, nurturing environment. We believe that true and lasting change starts from within.
*There is a 20% discounted rate for any First Presbyterian Church member or Oak Hill family receiving counseling services at From Within Counseling.
Three counselors of Daystar Counseling Ministries have a website called Raising Boys and Girls designed to come alongside you as parents in their parenting.
Have a question or digital dilemma? Common Sense Media can help you find age-appropriate guidelines for your family plus videos and articles to help with the tough conversations. If you really want to be media savvy, do your home work! Click HERE for some 2014 Parent Need to Know Tips.
Dr. Dan Siegel, author of The Whole-Brain Child, has links to helpful parenting articles on his website, drdansiegle.com.