Free Parenting Presentation @ Convent Glen Catholic School

posted Jan 27, 2015, 8:34 AM by Paul Gautreau   [ updated Jan 27, 2015, 8:45 AM ]
Convent Glen Catholic School
is inviting parents/guardians from the St. Kateri Tekakwitha School community to a special presentation:

PARENTING THE PAMPERED GENERATION
by Maggie Mamen 

Despite our efforts to nurture and support our deeply loved and highly treasured families, our youngsters are frequently growing up with the ideas that they have servants to cater to their  every whim, that money grows on trees, that everything that goes wrong is someone else's fault, and that the world simply needs to adjust so that they are never bored or uncomfortable. This presentation looks at lessons that we need to teach our children so that we can parent this generation with confidence, and encourage them to be prepared for the real world.

Convent Glen Catholic School 
6212 Jeanne d`Arc Boulevard Orleans 
On Thursday, February 5th 
At 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm 

Please RSVP Leslie at (613)824-8541

Dr. Maggie Mamen is an award-winning clinical psychologist and best-selling author who works with children, adolescents and families in a multidisciplinary private practice in Ottawa. Prior to establishing her current practice in 1990, Maggie worked at Carleton University, the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario and the former Carleton Board of Education. She taught courses on child development and childhood exceptionalities for many years, enjoys giving frequent keynote presentations, workshops and seminars for community groups, parents, teachers and other professionals, and has appeared on radio and TV nationally and internationally. She is deeply committed to excellence in the profession of psychology, was the first elected President of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, and remains actively involved in public protection issues. She and her husband are relieved that their three children made it to adulthood relatively unscathed, and they are now the doting grandparents of four little ones.
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