Presenter: Emily Keller, PhD
Date: March 10, 2020
Time: 10 AM to 11 AM, PST
Description: If you find yourself feeling trapped, stuck, or stressed because of your perfectionism, this webinar is for you! Perfectionism is related to our natural personality and it is an adaptive childhood response. The more we felt, as children, that we needed to be perfect in order to be OK, then the more we may feel like we need to be perfect all the time. Or the more anxiety we will experience in the face of our natural imperfections. Perfectionism has its time and place, but it doesn't belong everywhere. It especially doesn't belong in parenting or as an expectation of children.
- Identify situations that invite perfectionism in you
- Let go of perfectionism
- Be present with yourself and others
- Give your child the freedom to be just as he or she is, right where they are
Bio: Dr. Keller is a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor and mom to four boys. She integrates what she has learned professionally and experienced personally into this series of one-hour workshops for parents. This will be an interactive, fun experience. Dr. Keller leverages her training in couples therapy, family therapy, play therapy, sand tray therapy, relational-cultural theory, redecision therapy, and social justice into an integrative workshop experience that offers warmth and depth for participants. She is passionate about changing societies at the family level, and believes that everyone benefits when we access and support our authentic self.
Dr. Keller and her husband of 20 years live in Livermore, CA, where they care for their four boys.
|Registration Fee||$ 25.00|