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Parent at Home, Leader at Work: Am I Enough? CEXTN23-202240

Mar 10 - Mar 11, 2022

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Thursday, 3/10/2022, 6:00pm-9:00pm

Instructors: Sarah Dobkin, LCSW & J/ennifer Carlin, LMFT

In this 3-hour workshop, we will explore the challenges emerging leaders and managers face in the equally demanding role of parenting young children. Instructors J/ennifer Carlin, LMFT and Sarah Dobkin, LCSW will define what it means to "be enough", clarify the mistaken concept of "work-life balance", and identify troublesome thought patterns. We'll dissect the "never enough" trap and share skills and strategies for developing feelings of "enoughness" both at home and at work to enhance student confidence in both areas.

The workshop is taught online through Zoom. Students will need a computer or smart phone with webcam and microphone, internet and web streaming capacity, and the Zoom application installed to their device.

Instructor Bios: 

J/ennifer Carlin, LMFT is the Chair of the Behavioral Sciences Department and a Professor of Psychology at City College of San Francisco. In addition to having over 25 years of experience as a licensed psychotherapist (working with adolescents and adults), J has over 30 years of experience providing training and workshops for middle managers and emerging leaders in diverse, creative and dynamic organizations from non-profits to Fortune 500's. J integrates applied social and clinical psychology in all of their work. J is also a parent and grandparent.

Sarah Dobkin, LCSW has been working with young children and their families as a psychotherapist and parenting consultant for over 10 years, previously as the director of a non-profit program and now in private practice. Her most recent work is developing a parenting program to support high achieving parents of young children to better understand their children's behavior and their own in order to feel more confident and build stronger relationships. She is a certified Perinatal Mental Health provider through Postpartum Support International and is endorsed by the California Center for Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health as an Infant-Family and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist and as a Reflective Practice Facilitator. Sarah is also the mother of twin preschoolers. Learn more about Sarah's work at https://www.parenthoodpuzzle.com