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Pandemic Parenting: Decreasing Power Struggles with Young Children

September 2, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Led by Shoshie Flagg: Assistant Director of Community Engagement, Tawonga

Join us for Pandemic Parenting: Decreasing Power Struggles with Young Children on September 2 at 1:30pm.

Geared towards parents with children 2-7 years old, open to all.

60-minute workshop | Zoom | sliding scale $18, $36, $54 (To request a reduced price ticket, please email liz@tawonga.org.)

Workshop Description

Are you running into constant power struggles with your child? Are parts of your daily schedule feeling harder than they used to? Have tantrums increased and all you’re asking is for your child to wash their hands? Sign up for this workshop with early childhood expert and Tawonga Director, Shoshie Flagg to dive into specific tips that you can take home and start using today. The workshop will be interactive and there will be time to share with other parents and get your questions answered.

About Shoshie Flagg

With over 10 years of experience working with families and young children, Shoshie has a deep understanding of both typical and atypical early childhood development. Shoshie has experience developing and implementing individualized and group programs for children, and coaching and mentoring families on a variety of different topics including cognitive, social, emotional, language, and motor development. Shoshie acts as the parent liaison at Tawonga, and ensures that families are well taken care of while their children are at Camp.

Shoshie earned a Masters in Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood Special Education Credential from Mills College and a B.A. in Developmental Psychology from UC Santa Cruz. She also worked as a special education preschool teacher in Alameda Unified School District – collaborating with families and speech, occupational, vision, physical and behavioral therapists. Shoshie lives in San Francisco with her husband and their dog, Charlie.


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