February 3

Posted by: reflectivecommunities

A Special 12-Week Workshop for Parents of kids 4-10 years old.

Reflective Parenting focuses on the challenging issues of Temperament, Limit Setting, Discipline, and Emotional Regulation and helps parents look through the lens of better understanding the feelings and intentions that underlie all behaviors in people- most especially in their child and in themselves. This way of understanding is called Reflective Capacity and it lies at the heart of effective parenting, strengthens the parent-child relationship, and supports healthy cognitive and social-emotional development.

Tuesdays from 9:30-11 am starting mid-March 2021


The group is led by two seasoned therapists and Reflective Parenting experts, Annie Wilson, M.S, L.C.S.W., and Deborah Alexander, L.C.S.W.

Deborah Alexander, L.C.S.W. currently is a consultant, group facilitator, and supervisor for the Center for Reflective Communities.  She was one of the developers of the Reflective Parenting Program.  Deborah worked for over forty years in non-profit agencies as a psychotherapist for people of all ages.  She supervised staff and interns and trained them in Play Therapy. She specialized in treating preschool-aged children and their parents and consulted with preschool staff.

Annie Wilson has been working with young children for over 25 years. She has master’s degrees in clinical social work and early childhood special education. She spent 17 years in community mental health leading numerous Reflective Parenting Workshops while also building a private practice in West LA. Currently, she focuses on her psychotherapy practice working with adults, children, and families.

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