H O P E
Helping Others Protect Everyone
Ways to resolve conflicts and improve relationships in our homes and communities
November 14, 2015 9am – Noon
CANCELED due to unexpected circumstances
The HOPE conference will not be rescheduled.
The KHS PA knows that bullying and the broader scope of conflict are pervasive problems in our society that not only impact the education of our students but their entire lives. Since the HOPE workshops were providing information intended to help parents and students deal with conflict more successfully as well as help each person feel more empowered to help others and protect themselves, the KHS PA is making arrangements to offer the workshops as part of upcoming KHS Parents Association meetings.
Mark your calendar to attend the KHS PA meetings now and watch the KHS PA webpage for meeting topics.
The next meeting is December 3, 2015 at 6:30pm
How to live with your teen without losing your mind
Adoring and adorable children can become adolescents who say and do things that result in hurt, anger, conflict, and fears for their safety. In plain language, learn about exciting new research that sheds light on “why did you do that?” and “what were you thinking?!”. Practical tools for retaining your sanity will be shared.
Love Shouldn’t Hurt
Teen Dating Violence 101: Recognizing and Responding to Physical and Emotional Violence in Teen Romantic Relationships. A workshop for parents and teens in middle school and high school.
Signs and Symptoms of Depression
Are you or someone you know or love suffering from depression? How do you tell? What can you do? Come and learn some of the signs of depression and how you can help.
While you are waiting for the next KHS PA meeting, check out this video posted as part of the monthly Matters Helping All Parents program from MHA in Ulster County. “Practical Tips to Reduce Conflicts with Parents and Children”