PNP Parent Education
Lecture Series

Princeton Nassau Pediatrics is excited to host a parent education lecture series. The lecture series will be offered in our Princeton office, after hours from 7PM until 8:30pm and will cover a variety of pediatric topics, but mostly focus on mental health issues. To enroll for a lecture, please register on this page. Registration will be capped at 30 families and is first come, first served. 

The upcoming lecture in our series will be :
Wednesday, March 27th, 2019
Parenting Children and Adolescents with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome: Strengths-Focused, Resilience Enhancing and Solutions-Based Strategies 
Parents and other caregivers of children and adolescents with High-Functioning Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome often, despite their best intentions and persistent efforts, find themselves struggling to: 
  • focus on their child’s or adolescent’s strengths and inner resources rather than simply weaknesses and limitations 
  • develop and enhance their child’s or adolescent’s resilience in the face of short-term crises and long-term stressors
  • attend to and build on ‘exceptions’ to ongoing problems (rather than primarily the problems themselves) and use these exceptions as ‘clues to solutions’  
This workshop will provide parents and other caregivers with strengths-focused, resilience enhancing and solution-based strategies that can help them better support their child’s or adolescent’s healthy emotional, interpersonal and academic development and growth

The above lecture will be given by David Krauss, PhD. Dr. Krauss is a Licensed Psychologist (NJ Lic # 2832) in Hopewell, NJ, who specializes in working with children, adolescents and families. 
More lectures and dates to be posted soon!

Register Here