- April 15, 2021
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This workshop will be a live webinar through Zoom. A Zoom link will be included in an email sent to you after registration.
Communication patterns play a huge role in our close relationships and our ability to express concerns, needs, and wants. Children often learn communication skills from their caregivers by how we respond and communicate with them and can experience increased self-esteem when they feel heard and understood. Join CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health in our Family Communication workshop that will help you learn the impacts of different communication styles and will provide opportunities to engage in learning activities that can be utilized to help improve communication skills amongst your family. A list of common household items recommended for the activities will be provided with your online virtual class link.
Nkemka joined CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health in October 2019 with a background in behavioral health and health and wellness. Prior to joining CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health, Nkemka worked for a behavioral health agency in Northumberland County and for Health and Wellness program in Columbia County. Nkemka holds a Bachelors of Science in Health Promotion from Southern New Hampshire University and holds a certification in Mental Health First Aid. She completed her Masters of Arts in Health and Wellness Coaching with a concentration in Integrative Health Practices in December 2019 from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She also completed a Holistic Nutritionist Certification through the AFPA December 2019. Nkemka has a passion for helping individuals and families achieve their health and wellness goals and living their lives to the fullest. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, exploring walking trails with her dog, learning new recipes to cook, coaching Girls on The Run, and going to concerts.
Madelyn joined the behavioral health team in August of 2019. Madelyn achieved a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Alvernia University in 2018. After achieving her undergraduate degree, Madelyn was a Program Manager for a private practice in Reading, Pennsylvania. Following that opportunity, Madelyn worked as a Family Based Therapist for the Berks County area. Madelyn is currently completing her Masters of Science in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Bellevue University. Madelyn has a passion for working with children and advocating for the families she serves.
Parenting Workshop Series – four workshops offered through PRC by the professionals at CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health
Venue: Virtual Meeting Space