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Free workshop: Psychotherapist Jack Worthy on the Child-Parent Relationship

 

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Join the Center for Parenting Artists for a free workshop on March 28th!

Jack Worthy, MSC, MATS is a practicing Psychotherapist and Dad devoted to limit setting and learning how to address challenging behaviors with your child.  He trains parents and caregivers using the principles of Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT), a therapeutic model based in research and designed to help parents connect more deeply with their children. CPRT teaches parents how to use the strength of relationship to more effectively discipline, creating more peace and less conflict in the home. CPRT techniques are both emotionally powerful and easy to learn.

This workshop is suggested for parents and caregivers, as well as educators who work with elementary-aged children, and will include a presentation and a Q&A session.

Monday, March 28th, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Joan Mitchell Foundation Education & Research Center, 137 W. 25th St. Second Floor

The workshop is free, but seating is limited and tickets are required. Please register for your ticket HERE.


Jack Worthy is a psychotherapist in private practice in Greenwich Village, working with adults, couples, and parents. Currently, Jack is completing a four-year clinical fellowship in Gestalt therapy. Jack enjoys speaking on parenting, spirituality, relationships, and sexuality. He is licensed in New York State as a Mental Health Counselor. 

 

This event was made possible with generous contributions from Rebeca Raney, organizer, and the Joan Mitchell Foundation. For more information about the event, sponsors, or the Center for Parenting Artists, please email questions to centerforparentingartists@gmail.com.

 

 

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