Wine and Whining | Taught by Boone County Early Childhood Coalition | Sponsored by the Profresh Podcast

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When:
October 10, 2018 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
2018-10-10T17:00:00-05:00
2018-10-10T19:00:00-05:00
Where:
The Hatchery
206 Corporate Lake Dr
Columbia, MO 65203
USA
Cost:
10
Contact:
The Hatchery
5734242867
Wine and Whining | Taught by Boone County Early Childhood Coalition | Sponsored by the Profresh Podcast @ The Hatchery

Whining is common in young children and can be very frustrating for parents. Coping with whining is even more difficult if it is your child’s way of talking. Children who whine a lot just need a little help to learn better ways of speaking.

Join us for a happy hour and educational session sponsored by the Profresh Podcast! Thanks to Profresh we’re able to have the experts from the Boone County Early Childhood Coalition come share their expertise in this particular area.

Join us from 5:00PM-5:30PM for a happy hour with fellow parents of whiners followed by our educational session from 5:30PM-7:00PM.

This event is free to active members | $10 for the public

Meet Our Speaker

Catherine Miller has her Master’s degree in educational counseling psychology. Her undergraduate degree is in psychology with a minor in sociology. She worked in the medical arena for 15 plus years with an emphasis in family medicine. While working in the medical field, she found her niche in the substance abuse field where she became a counselor and worked with those suffering from addictions. While working in the substance abuse field, she became proficient in the skill of motivational interviewing and began teaching and training others in the field. She is currently working on completing her LPC license. Catherine’s most recent work focused to develop and coordinate an online developmental screening system for screenings from parents and partner programs. Catherine is currently the program coordinator for the Triple P program. Triple P-Positive Parenting Program, is a multilevel system of family intervention designed to reduce behavioral and emotional problems. This model is done in an at large community setting or with a one-on-one with parents.