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Course Category: Young Adult

Helping Your Child When They’re Bullied

Bullying is a pervasive issue that Dr. Melissa Lopez-Larson has seen growing exponentially over the past several years. In this course, Dr. Lopez-Larson discusses how to identify bullying, treatment options, strategies for prevention, and more.

Topics include: What bullying is and isn’t, Who bullies and who gets bullied, Stopping the bullying cycle, Bullying in social media, Bullying in school, and Bullying in sports.

How Digital Media is Changing Our Children’s Mental Health

In this necessary and current class, Dr. Skinner shares research and gives practical and implementable advice to parents around technology and how it’s impacting our children’s mental health

Dr. Skinner addresses

  • What’s Driving the Rapid Acceleration of Anxiety and Depression in Teens?
  • How to Talk with Your Child about Their Screen Time
  • Four Strategies to Protect Our Children’s Mental Well-Being

Everyday Happiness

What is happiness? What negative thoughts are holding you back? How do you change your negative thoughts and perspective? Join Brett Williams, therapist, author, and happiness researcher as he teaches how to achieve change and develop habits that will lead to everyday happiness.

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 15-18 Years of Age

In this third of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 15-18 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the fourth of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 5-10, 11-14 and 19-22.

Understanding Your Child’s Emotional Development: 19-22 Years of Age

In this fourth of a four course series, Dr. Skinner teaches the common issues children between the ages of 19-22 face that can either negatively or positively impact their identity.

When we know what to expect, we are prepared and can predict what a child will go through, being more available to help them, should they need it.

This is the fourth of four courses. Additional courses in this series address ages 5-10, 11-14 and 14-18.

Move Toward™ with Jenna: Your Child’s Anxiety


In this Move Toward™ meditation, focused on parenting children with anxiety, Jenna Riemersma, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC), uses her “Three Steps of Moving Toward”––notice, notify, and need, to help us learn how to best show up for our children when they struggle with anxiety.

How to Respond When Your Child Says They’re Struggling with Pornography

As parents, it can be difficult to know how to respond when your child expresses they’re concerned with their pornography use.

In this short course, Dr. DeVon Mills, shares practical and real life examples of what not say to your child when they express concerns, based off of his experience, research and working with clients.

Protecting Our Children by Staying Aware and Involved

Knowing how to protect our children from technology moves so fast and is very difficult to manage. And, oftentimes, the way we react as parents can make issues worse. In this course, Dr. Kevin Skinner educates on parenting pitfalls and offers practical solutions to effectively managing technology use.

In this course, Dr. Skinner teaches

  • Guiding Principles of Effective Parenting
  • Educate About the Truth of Our Devices
  • Device Awareness
  • Avoid Being Blindsided
  • Expecting Challenges
  • Disciplined Parenting

De-Escalating Cycles of Conflict

This course will help you:

  • Identify relational conflicts that are repetitive
  • gain awareness and understanding of your inner parts that become triggered
  • learn the unique skill of speaking FOR your parts, rather than FROM them, that is a powerful tool to de-escalate conflict and enhance real relational intimacy.

Join Jenna as she illustrates these principles with a humorous example from her life!

Stopping the Yo-Yo Food Cycle

In this course, focused on stopping your yo-yo cycle with food, Jenna Riemersma, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC), helps us understand why we get caught in cycles of imbalance in our relationship with food and how we can begin to change of our behavior through acceptance and compassion towards ourselves.