Parenting Workshops

The Parent Balance 

Parents of children with a bleeding disordered tend to become continuously anxious about the safety and welfare of these children. The worries, of course, are real: obtaining appropriate medical care and medications, supervising physical activity, even the haunting fear of death. Unfortunately, one result can be a parent who becomes mentally, emotionally, and physically exhausted. This workshop addresses ways that parents of bleeding disordered children can balance caring for these children with self-care.  Using relaxation and awareness techniques, participants learn tools to relax and reduce their struggles, frustrations and anxieties quickly, effectively and on demand. 


Parenting On The Same Page

Whether it’s about how to set limits, which television programs to allow in the home, or who infuses your son, parents often find themselves on different pages when it comes to certain aspects of their parenting. While perspectives and styles may differ, it’s critical for children’s well being that parents (married, single, divorced, cohabitating) model healthy communication and attempt to reduce parental conflict. This highly interactive workshop teaches parents critical skills for getting on the same page with each other and developing close, connected relationships with their children. 


The Family Tune Up for Parents  

This seminar is intended for parents who have children with a bleeding disorder. The workshop is presented in four major components, looking at both positive and negative ways parents handle their anger, assertiveness, and aggression, how stress can become chronic and significantly impair a person's health, how a bleeding disorder create special challenges and opportunities for meaningful connections between you and your partner, and the importance of men as parents.


Getting Your Head On Straight for Parents

Parents are at times amazingly adapt at creating needless pain and useless suffering, especially when dealing with a child with a bleeding disorder. They do     so by imagining false or extremely unlikely events, exaggerating real problems, and trapping themselves in seemingly impossible contradictions. We will look into how parents can move from pessimism to optimism in living with a bleeding disorder, as well as learn cognitive approaches that help you deal with typical issues in the bleeding disorders community.



For Parents: Self-Care for Bleeding Disorder Caregivers - Put Your Oxygen Mask on First

Caring for a child or partner can be exhausting. Bleeding disorders affect everyone in the family and as a parent; you can experience a range of emotions from anger and anxiety to pride and satisfaction.  This workshop is designed to help parents as caregivers identify and accept the feelings encountered while caring for a child with a bleeding disorder as well as learn how to manage the tasks and feelings associated with being a caregiver with greater ease. You will gain a clearer sense of priorities in caring for a loved one as well as explore the power of delegation and becoming comfortable using it. This workshop focuses on increasing your ability to care for yourself and how to care for your own body and spirit. You will learn to create balance so when you are in the role of caregiver; you are operating at maximum efficiency!


Inalex Communications  |  Support & Education for the Bleeding Disorder Community  |  38 E. Ridgewood Ave. #374 Ridgewood, NJ 07450  |  Call Now: 201-493-1399

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