Moms today are faced with the task of juggling countless and diverse roles, demands, needs, and expectations for ourselves and others. Please join us, this Saturday from 10-11:15 AM, for a workshop addressing the personal and shifting nature of balance in motherhood and the challenges of working toward this balance. This participation-based workshop will also focus on themes that underlie this juggling act, such as redefining identity, gains and losses, self-care, and changing relationships.
The workshop will be given by Dr. Jennifer Hitelman. Dr. Hitelman is a Licensed Psychologist with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Drexel University. She also trained at duPont Hospital for Children, Division of Behavioral Health. She is experienced in treating individuals and families with emotional, behavioral, and social concerns. Dr. Hitelman strives to help families learn well- researched and effective strategies to improve areas of concern, and to implement these new tools into their lives while respecting the unique challenges of each individual and family. Her goal is to provide a supportive environment in which to equip her clients with the tools they need to feel confident in tackling the issues with which they are faced.
The cost of the workshop is $20 and registration is required. Please see our website for details.