Nurturing the Natural Roots of Self Esteem
Presentation by Neufeld Institute Faculty member Deborah MacNamara, Ph.D.
Self-esteem has become a popular concept and there are many ideas on how to cultivate it in our children. There are two main strategies used to build children's self-esteem, one that is built on shaky grounds with the other leading to a more solid foundation that helps a child be able to withstand adversity over a lifetime.The developmental roots of natural self-esteem will be brought to the fore, highlighting the role parents play in nurturing an intrinsic sense of self worth in their children.
This is an adults-only event, though babes in arms are always welcome.
Registration begins at 6:30pm. Presentation begins promptly at 7pm. Please allow enough time to park, register, and settle in to avoid disappointment.
The presentation will take place in the Library Building at North Seattle Community College, in the room across from the concert hall. A map of campus can be found here: https://northseattle.edu/print-campus-map If you go north on Meridian Avenue North into the campus, we will have signage directing you to the location. Those attending the presentation may park on campus for free.
Tickets may also be purchased at the event.
North Seattle Community College (View)
9600 College Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
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