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HOW TODDLERS THRIVE - with Tovah Klein
Tuesday, March 23, 2021, 8:00 PM until 9:30 PM
VIRTUAL LIVE WORKSHOPS
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HOW TODDLERS THRIVE
WITH TOVAH KLEIN Ph.D.
Worrying about your child can feel like a big part of parenting, even in the best of times. That worry is perhaps exacerbated during this arduous pandemic — it’s so hard to know if we are doing what’s “right” for them when our norms, lives, and routines are upended.
Although the pandemic forced changes for every family, that does not mean children will suffer long-term nor do they have to "fall behind" according to Dr. Tovah Klein. This interactive workshop will address the foundations that develop and set the path for your child’s increasing independence from 2 to 5 years old.
The toddler years are when children learn about limits, boundaries, emotional ups and downs, self-confidence — all of which will happen, Covid or not. During our workshop, Dr. Klein will address the unique and real changes of life right now, what parents can do to counter potential pitfalls, and what all toddlers need to thrive. Dr Klein is the director of the Barnard Center for Toddler Development, a psychology professor at Barnard College,and author of How Toddlers Thrive.
Tovah P. Klein, PhD is the author of How Toddlers Thrive and Director of the Barnard College Center for Toddler Development; Associate Professor of Psychology. Dr. Klein served as a developmental advisor for Sesame Street and HBO films for children. She is on the advisory boards for Room to Grow, Ubuntu Pathways, Hunts Point Alliance for Children, and Children’s Museum of Manhattan. She appeared recently on MSNBC, CNN and NPR talking about Covid and children, has been on Good Morning America and Today and her advice can be found on many online venues, through podcasts (Mommy Brain this week) and in print nationally and internationally.