Mount Ascutney Region
Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS)
Overview Series for Parents and Caregivers
Effective Problem Solving Strategies for adults who support kids
Facilitated By a THINK:KIDS Certified Practitioner: Jenifer Aldrich, email@example.com
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Parents; Foster, Adoptive, and Step-Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers
raising kids who are looking for effective ways to address challenging problems.
Collaborative Problem Solving sessions are Confidential.
What you will gain from attending the Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) session:
A new way of looking at challenging behaviors
A compassionate approach to addressing challenging behaviors that builds skills in both caregiver and child
A space to connect with like-minded parents
Learn about future CPS learning circles and community resources
DATE: Wednesday Evenings
March 8, 15, 22, 29
TIME: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
LOCATION: Albert Bridge School 108 Brownsville-Hartland Road
Dinner and ChildCare will be provided!
This is provided through funding and collaboration with Mount Ascutney Hospital,
Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union, and the Couch Family Foundation
Please register here
Questions: Jenifer Aldrich, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-303-6337
Courtney McKaig, email@example.com
Or Call 802-674-7189
Additional resources can be found at: www.thinkkids.org.
Think:Kids is a program in the Department of Psychiatry at MGH
Disclaimer: Although the group facilitator is a Think:Kids Certified Mentor who receives ongoing supervision from Think:Kids, this group is independent and has no direct affiliation with Think:Kids or Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Information shared by the mentor reflects their best understanding of the CPS approach.