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USING SCRIPTURE AND RESEARCH TO EQUIP YOU FOR PARENTING

Join us in a great opportunity to be encouraged, challenged, and equipped! Parents in our post-modern world tend to be committed to but anxious about their child-rearing responsibilities. They have tried countless parenting books on the market telling moms and dads what to do and how to do it. Additionally, the pressures of schoolwork, family life, social life, sports or other activities, combined with a relentless media culture, result in young people being more stressed than ever before. How should we parent and what should we do to help our kids?

Hannah Branch, a marriage and family therapist, will walk us through how to create your own parenting style that mirrors God’s love, reflects His forgiveness, and displaces fear as a motivator for behavior.  Learn about the latest research in child development and parenting as we embrace the grace God offers and create a solid foundation for growing morally strong and spiritually motivated children.

We have an awesome opportunity for you:

  • TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26th ; 6 – 7:30 PM.

Attachment styles in children, parenting styles, and how to blend the two successfully. Designed for Parents with Children Ages 0 – 5th Grade.

 

More about Hannah Branch, M. A LMFT #97498

Hannah specializes in Children, Families, Teens, Young Adults and Trauma.  She received her MA in Marital and Family Therapy at Azusa Pacific University. She believes in therapy because she has seen the powerful fruit of its work. Through experiences with her own anxiety, addressing spiritual shame and navigating challenging teenage years, Hannah is aware of the power and importance of battling shame, unhealthy perfectionism and the lies about our true worth.
Hannah believes therapy is a beautiful and effective way of challenging the things that are keeping you stuck. This is where she begins: helping you respond differently to pain and increasing your confidence in handling life struggles. Hannah enjoys helping people develop a sustained practice of self-compassion and trust by addressing shame and beliefs that inhibit your ability to get unstuck and heal.
Contact Info: Hannah@cultivatesandiego.com or 619-627-1619