Ann Martin Center

Ann Martin Center
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1250 Grand Ave
Oakland, CA 94610
(510) 655-7880
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Do your children's nightmares confuse you? Our next FREE Parent Education Workshop deals with the topic of "Understanding and Exploring Children’s Dreams and Nightmares" by Alan Siegel on Thursday, April 27th. Topics will include recurrent dreams, dreams linked to life transitions, crisis and trauma, age, culture and gender issues in dreaming and the differences between dreams, nightmares, night terrors, and posttraumatic dreams. Register today for free!
Nightmares can be a source of creativity and inspiration but may also cause psychological distress that can linger for weeks afterward.

There is still space in next week's Parent Education Program workshop, "Raising Good Digital Citizens." Parenting is now more challenging than ever because of our dependence and reliance on our ever-present devices. In this workshop, Sandra Bryson will provide you with a clear roadmap for how to handle a wide variety of issues you are likely to encounter while parenting in this digital age. Register below today!
Parenting is now more challenging than ever because of our dependence and reliance on our ever-present devices.

Signs of Trauma in Children: Here are some signs to look for and things to keep in mind.
What to watch for in the weeks and months after an upsetting event - signs of trauma in children and how to begin to address the issue.

Whether the loss is a grandparent, a parent, a classmate or even a beloved family pet, the grieving process can be difficult and every child will grieve in his own way. This helpful guide will give you tips about what to say, who should say it, what to look out for and how to help.
A guide with advice from several experts on how to help children cope with grief. Tips on what to say, who should say it and how to help.

Next week's Parent Education Program (PEP) workshop is geared for parents who want to learn how to building lasting emotional connections with their children. From suicide to substance abuse to violence, society's narrow definition of what it means to "be a man" is creating a host of unintended consequences. This workshop will be an experiential opportunity with practical exercises in taking off your own mask as a beginning to learn how to support youth in doing the same. Register today!
“At the start, the weight of the world was on me. But meetings with our therapist help me feel as light as grandma's homemade biscuits.”