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Saturday, April 22 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Support Workshop for Parents

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This workshop will give you as a parent and your loved ones an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of what your child may or may not be experiencing living with bfrb's. It will also be an opportunity to better understand a parent or loved one's own pain and struggle. Reframing your perspective on your child's behavior can have a positive impact on your relationship with them and their outlook. We will look at the close relationship between fixing and supporting the disorder and will share tools and ideas that will help both you and your child move forward together. This will be a Q&A forum.


Chaille DeFaria CPCC

Chaille DeFaria, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, CPCC TLC Board of Directors MemberAs a hair puller since the age of 15 and now in remission, I know the shame and suffering that often attached to this disorder. I found relief and freedom once I started talking. Your child... Read More →

Calla Rasmussen

Calla started pulling out her hair at age eight. A natural at BFRB awareness advocacy from the start, she never felt like she needed to hide her disorder, but wanted to educate people who asked her about it. She owes that strength and confidence to her supportive parents, friends... Read More →

Saturday April 22, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm CDT
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