Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC

Parent Connection Group:

Creating Meaningful Relationships with your Children to Foster Positive Communication

Kerry Williamson, Austin sex therapist
When? October 5th, 12th, 19th, and 26th  from 7:30pm-9:30pm
Where? It's virtual! Via Zoom! (You will get a link emailed to you after registration!)
How much? Only $75 per session, $300 for all 4 weeks! Feel free to bring other caregivers in your family and the cost stays the same!
What ages should my child be if I want to participate?  This class will be applicable for parents with kids ages 0-18!

 Are you interested in learning ways to meaningfully connect to, communicate with, and discipline your children? Do you find yourself constantly yelling at and nagging your children without many results? Do you want to parent in ways that foster a sense of resiliency as well as guard your child against anxiety and depression? If so, then this class is the perfect opportunity for you to learn how to impact your child's behavior positively--by connecting to their heart! When your child feels loved and respected, they will respond with love and respect. "Too often we forget that discipline means to teach, not to punish. A disciple is a student, not a recipient of behavioral consequences." - Dan Siegel

Within the program, we will explore practical ways to foster positive relationships with your child in order to open avenues for connection and empathy, as well as ways to discipline that work and leave you and your child feeling good when you're done. This group will help support you as you work to empower your children and discipline them. The first hour of the class will be teaching with the remaining  hour open for questions and practical application!

For specific questions, you can email Hannah at [email protected]om

Blogs by Hannah

Parenting with Head and Heart
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Hannah Pitman-MA, LPC| When adding in structure or nurture, start small! A goal could be to pick one connecting activity, noticing one match a day, or setting aside connecting time once per week. Pick one structure thing you want to add in, start with one ritual every day at bedtime or pizza night once a week. If you start too big it is easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged and not do any of it....
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Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC | The start of the new year is an opportunity for reflection and goal-setting, and perhaps the most transformative action we can take this year is learning how to connect more meaningfully with our partners and children....
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Rachelle Honohan, MSW, LCSW-S & Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC | While increased time at home for your family may feel overwhelming, it can also be an opportunity to slow down and focus on your relationships with your spouse and children. Read on for some tips to help this challenging time become smoother and even enjoyable!...
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ALCS Team | Happy New Year! Hear from each of us at ALCS as we reflect on 2019 and offer our thoughts on beginning the new decade with awareness, gratitude, peace, and intention....
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Hannah Pitman, MA, LPC | Our children are not immune to the stressors of our culture today. EMDR is a therapeutic technique that has been clinically proven to help clients who are struggling with anxiety or depress--including children....
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