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Parent Ed: Is Your Child's Behavior Driving You Crazy?

  • Hastings Ranch Nursery School Goodrich Hall 3740 East Sierra Madre Boulevard Pasadena, CA, 91107 United States (map)

This workshop will help parents cope with challenging behaviors and proactively help their child make thoughtful choices about their behavior towards themselves and others. Learn how to effectively support and encourage appropriate self-expression and behavior and gain tools for when it doesn't go as planned. Questions will be taken after the workshop.

*Childcare will be provided for HRNS Families!

Cost is $15

If you have any questions, please email

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About the Presenters

Linda Barker is currently the Early Childhood Education Specialist in the Community Outreach Department of the Frostig Center, Pasadena, CA.  She consults regularly on behalf of young children with special needs in local private, parochial and public preschools.  With Dr. Goldberg, she conducts professional development for Early Childhood Educators and parents on topics such as Early Warning Signs, Behavior Management, Including Children with Special Needs and Parent/Teacher Relationships. She has been a featured speaker at the CA Association for the Education of Young Children (CAEYC) annual conference. Linda holds a Masters Degree in Marriage, Child and Family Counseling, a Pupil Personnel Credential and has a background in teaching and directing Roberta J. Goldberg, Ph.D.

Dr. Goldberg is Director of the Community Outreach Department at the Frostig Center, Pasadena, CA, which provides consultation and professional development for teachers and other professionals serving preschool through high school students who have special needs.  She has conducted the Disabilities Strand training for Head Start/Early Head Start in the San Gabriel Valley.  She speaks frequently to audiences locally and internationally concerning children's learning and behavior and is an active member of the World Forum Working Group on Inclusion.  She publishes regularly in the area of longitudinal studies of children with learning disabilities and Success Attributes.  Dr. Goldberg received her Doctorate in Developmental Psychology and School Psychology from the University of Minnesota and holds a current Clinical Child Psychologist license in California.

Earlier Event: March 1
HRNS Spirit Day - Pajama Day
Later Event: March 4
Movie Night - TBA