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You're Invited! Discussion on Developing Resilient Students

You're Invited! Discussion on Developing Resilient Students

Prepare the Child for the Road: School-Family Partnerships for Developing Resilient Students

Tuesday, February 13, 6 p.m., AMSA Upper School Cafeteria

Stress is an unavoidable part of life. Resilient individuals are able to manage, and even thrive, in the face of adversity. Schools and families can create important partnerships to help teach students the skills necessary to be resilient, using strategies to independently manage and overcome obstacles. This discussion focuses on resilience skills and the ways that adults can help children develop them.  

Presenter: Alex Hirshberg, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and founder of Hirshberg Behavioral Health Services. He has spent the last several years providing consultation, professional development, and assessment services for dozens of districts across Massachusetts. He received his doctorate from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. 

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This event is designed for caregivers of middle school and early high school students, but all are welcome!

Developing Resilient Students