VIRTUAL PARENT WORKSHOP: The Other Kind of Smart: Enhancing Your Child's Emotional Intelligence
FREE but registration is required
Led by Ann Rowe of the Kingsbury Wellness & Learning Group
Emotional Intelligence is essential for academic and life success, perhaps even more so than cognitive ability. This involves awareness and understanding of one’s own feelings, skills to manage strong emotions, and the ability to relate to the emotions of others. Join a Kingsbury psychologist (virtually) to learn how parents can coach their children through the turbulent world of childhood emotions to develop stronger emotional awareness, greater self-control, and closer connections with others.
About the Facilitator:
Ann Rowe is a licensed clinical psychologist who conducts neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapy for children and adults at the Kingsbury Wellness & Learning Group. Dr. Rowe specializes in the assessment and treatment of gifted children and adults with learning differences and is co-author of the book Creating Effective Programs for Gifted Children with Learning Disabilities. She presents at national and regional conferences on the topics of giftedness and neuropsychology. Dr. Rowe received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Catholic University of America and has been with Kingsbury for over 20 years.
About The Kingsbury Learning and Wellness Group
The Kingsbury Wellness & Learning Group is a non-profit group of clinicians and educators dedicated to removing barriers and unlocking potential for families with learning and behavior challenges. Through neuropsychological testing, psychotherapy, and other services, we help families gain access to the support they need to succeed at school, work, or home. Our comprehensive evaluation and treatment services are tailored to each individual. We take the time and effort to uncover each person’s strengths and challenges.