New workshop dates coming soon!
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
Mēgan Reimann presents this family workshop intended for parents and students to attend together in order to learn about the developing executive brain, procrastination & school performance. By learning together, we can better target the problems that generally become a source of conflict at home, and find strategies that meet the needs of the individual situation. Overcoming procrastination, improving parent/student relationships and improving overall performance begins with learning! We will explore procrastination, executive functions, ADHD, willpower, habits, home and work routines, task performance, work production, life goals and much more.
This workshop is appropriate for students in middle school, high school and post secondary. It is designed for students and parents /guardians to attend together. Parents/guardians must accompany students grades 6th-10th grade* and it is encouraged parents attend with students 11th grade and up.
The workshop covers how to:
- Define and understand procrastination, self-regulation, emotional coping & brain development
- Discover what type of “procrastinator” you are, and gain strategies for managing procrastination & developing good habits that stick
- Understand how to navigate school performance issues and access supports (504/Learning plans/IEP’s)
- Explore ways to partner with your child and avoid conflicts around homework, studying and other daily task
This classes isn't only for younger students. If you are an adult in the working world or a college student with procrastination issues, come and learn valuable information about what the latest research says about your executive brain and how to begin "conquering" procrastination.
New Workshop Dates coming soon.
(private classes are also offered - contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
*students under the age of 12 have a hard time with 2 hours of content which is why we suggest students attend only if they are developmentally ready/able to sit and listen for an extended period of time. Please consider your child's ability to listen to content before signing them up!