Christina Helm, MA, LCPC
Raising kids is one of the toughest and most fulfilling jobs in the world. QMG is hosting free informational sessions to help you navigate some of the more challenging moments. The series is called “Real Talk” and is led by QMG Behavioral Health Therapist Christina Helm. Parents and caregivers of kids in kindergarten through young adulthood are invited to join the conversation either virtually or in person. Sessions will take place on Monday evenings in February from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Topics include:
  • Feb. 6 – Don’t Reward, Don’t Punish… Connect!: How to Take a Relationship-Centered Approach to Discipline
  • Feb. 13 – “Everyone Hates Me!” How to Support Social-Emotional Development
  • Feb. 20 – It Takes a Village: Grandparents and Other Caregivers
  • Feb. 27 – When The Nest Isn’t Empty Yet: How to Set Boundaries and Expectations with Your Young Adult Children Still Living at Home

To register, call (217) 222-6550, ext. 3418. No commitment — come to the sessions that interest you! Virtual participants will receive a link to the sessions. In-person participants can join us at Eye & Vision Institute, 1125 Hampshire St, Second floor, Quincy.