Marist counselor Holly Cox and social worker Cathaleen Novak will offer the last of three workshops open to current and incoming Marist parents along with community members.
The final workshop, on Tuesday, April 4, will be presented by Cox and Novak and is titled "Teaching Adolescents How to Successfully Navigate Life's Transitions and Become Self-Advocates." The session will be held in the RedHawk Theater at 7pm. Please register in advance.
This series began on Tuesday, February 7, with “How to Foster Resourcefulness, Resilience, Reponsibility, and Compassion in Adolescents.” On Wednesday, March 22, guest speakers Maureen Leece, a school psychologist and educational consultant, and Robert Leece, an expert in the area of parent-child relationships, presented "How to Utilize Resourcefulness & Resilience to Manage Stress and Anxiety During High School Years."
All three workshops were presented as part of the school's What Do you Stand For initiative.