For Families of Children with Complex Needs
Can anger actually be a positive thing? Is your “mom-rage” or "caregiver-rage" trying to alert you to a deeper problem? Sarah Saunders, MA, LPCC, of Purposeful Growth & Wellness will discuss how anger can actually be a good messenger. Similar to a check engine light in your car, anger is a signal that something more is going on. If you feel "rage-y,” you're not alone. Join other families of children with complex needs and we’ll help you identify how anger feels, why it might be happening and what to do about it. Each attendee will receive a free sand timer.
Register and you will be emailed information about how to join the program using the free Zoom app or by calling in using a toll-free number. This program is for adults only and will not be recorded.
Due to grant funding, this program is open to residents of the Greater Cleveland area.
Call, text or email:
P.O. Box 45372
Westlake, Ohio 44145
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