Posts Tagged ‘Mental health’


By popular demands, there are two parenting classes scheduled on Saturdays, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, in Oct.


  • 10/18 – Behavior Issues for Toddlers and Elementary School Children

This classes will be led by Marvin Bowerman and Shalini Dayal, both MFT in Fremont.  They will cover different behavior problems, such as tantrums, disruptive behaviors, learning difficulties, and ADD & ADHD to name a few.

  • 10/25 – Success vs. Failure

How can parents and community support our children in grades 5th to 12th?  This class is focus on the mental health for students at this critical stage of life, and presented by Dr. Xie, school psychologist at the Fremont Unified School District.

**  Child care is not provided in these two classes.

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Issues in Mental Health Nursing

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Date: February 16th and February 23rd, 2011

Location:  Washington High School Cafeteria 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.       

In addition to the normal ups and downs of childhood and teen life, more serious problems can occur. Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, addiction and bi-polar are mental health issues that also can affect our children, and today’s parents want more information to help them recognize and work effectively with these serious situations. Whether your family is currently dealing with one of these problems or you just want to be more informed, come to these meetings on mental health and our kids.

It will cover signs of mental health problems, resources available for help,  and learning strategies parents can use to help children and teens develop the emotional resilience they need to respond appropriately to the challenges and frustrations of growing up.

If you are interested in attending, you need to RSVP at  lorinaylor@gmail.com

Instructor: Elaine Culverwell, a marriage and family therapist, has over 20 years of experience working with the kids and parents of Fremont. She is a former teacher in the Fremont Unified School District and now teaches parenting classes for Fremont’s Youth and Family Services.

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