Friends of Ingraham is excited to host Dr. Laura Kastner at our next Family Education Evening - Launching Into Adulthood! |
Dr. Kastner will discuss what makes a successful launch to emerging adulthood and how families can support their children in becoming competent, independent, flourishing young adults. Rather than focusing on "college-bound" goals, Dr. Kastner focuses on competence goals, providing communication tools that prioritize the quality of parent-child relationships.
DR. LAURA KASTNER is a local practicing clinical psychologist and clinical professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at University of Washington. She is a nationally recognized author and speaker and has appeared on The Today Show, the McNeil/Lehrer news hour and many local TV news interviews. Specializing in adolescent health, the topics of Dr. Kastner's academic articles include adolescent sexuality, behavioral medicine, teen suicide, eating disorders, and more. She has received the Distinguished Psychologist Award from Washington State Psychological Association and been named one of Seattle's Top Doctors.
We look forward to connecting with you there!
Ingraham High School Library (View)
1819 N. 135th St.
Seattle, WA 98133
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