On May 21, 2018, Greenwich House will hold a luncheon to directly benefit the Children’s Safety Project (CSP)CSP helps children heal from their trauma of abuse through supportive therapy and by teaching them the life-skills required to become self-reliant and lead productive lives. The program works towards breaking the destructive cycle of domestic violence that often repeats in future generations if not addressed professionally. 

        
SAVE THE DATE
Children's Safety Project Luncheon

Keynote Address: 
"Solving Common Family Problems: Five Essential Steps" 
Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology
Weill Medical College, Cornell University

Monday, May 21, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Union League Club
(at Park Avenue South)

Tickets will be available in early April, 2018.


KEYNOTE
Solving Common Family Problems: Five Essential Steps
In every family, there will be problems. No matter how patient and empathic parents try to be, kids will still argue and misbehave, and ask for more than they can have.

Often, there is a recurring problem. The problem may be getting ready for school in the morning, doing homework or going to bed at night. Over time, these common problems begin to erode the quality of our relationships with our children – and our own pleasure in being parents.

In this talk, I will present a pro-active plan for solving common family problems. I will discuss how parents can repair moments of anger and misunderstanding, strengthen feelings of joyfulness and pride, and replace frequent argument with appreciation and problem solving.

Kenneth Barish, Ph.D. is Clinical Professor of Psychology at Weill Medical College, Cornell University.  He is also on the faculty of the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy and the William Alanson White Institute Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Program. Dr. Barish is the author of Pride and Joy: A Guide to Understanding Your Child’s Emotions and Solving Family Problems (Oxford University Press, 2012). 

Pride and Joy is Winner of the 2013 International Book Award, Parenting and Family, and Winner of the 2013 Eric Hoffer Book Award, Home Category. Pride and Joy is also a 2013 Mom's Choice Awards Gold Winner; a 2013 National Parenting Publications Awards Silver Winner; and Winner of the 2012 Book of the Year Award Bronze Prize, Family and Relationships.


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Anthony Salerno, PhD
Practice and Policy Scholar
McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU

2016: Helping Kids in Crisis
Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
New York University School of Medicine


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SPONSORS
Become a Building Resistance sponsor and have an even larger impact helping children overcome the trauma of abuse. Sponsorships include and logo recognition across event materials and collateral. Learn more about becoming a sponsor or contact Diane Perrin, Development and Events Manager, at dperrin@greenwichhouse.org. 



COMMITTEE
Thank you to our 2017 committee. Interested in being a leader at the 2018 Luncheon? Contact Diane Perrin, Events Manager, to learn more about joining the committee at dperrin@greenwichhouse.org.

Dr. Elissa Kramer, Co-Chair

Shoshana Bohrer 
Tanaz Eshaghian
Tracy Dockray
Erin Hussein 
  Elisa Heslop, Co-Chair

   Amy Kiplok
   Jessica Loghmanee
    Pamela Scott
   Mila Tewell
 
 


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