FREE ONLINE 2-HOUR PARENT SURVIVING ONLINE SCHOOLING
AUG 7th, FROM 10AM to 12
Find out from Debbie Weitz, Licensed Associate Professional Counselor and former school counselor tips on how to handle work life and kids studying and attending school from home.
As a community service, Marietta Roswell Counseling, LLC is offering a free 2 hour class called parents surviving online schooling to educate them on how to better manage the impact on family life as students transition from in school to virtual learning.
Debbie Weitz, NCC, LAPC presents strategies for parents to use with their students as a means of lessening the stress during this difficult time. Her primary focus will be addressing the following topics:
1. Process feelings regarding virtual vs in school learning
2. Developing organizational and time management skills to be successful in managing on-line classes
3. Communicating expectations and goals for a balanced work/school/home lifestyle
About the Presenter:
DEBBIE WEITZ, NCC, LAPC
Debbie Weitz, is a Marietta native and graduate of Alan C. Pope High School. She attended the University of Georgia, where she majored in International Affairs with a Minor in Religion. She furthered her education by attending Florida State University for graduate school where she earned both Master of Science and Education Specialist Degrees in Counseling and Human Systems.
Debbie’s experience includes the FSU Career Center, Southern Regional Technical College, and several years as a school counselor in South Carolina. While a school counselor, Debbie interacted regularly with parents, children, and teachers around various initiatives.
One area of special interest within her career, is facilitating groups around various subjects such as academic achievement, organizational skills identification and development and career counseling. Debbie also provides individual, couples and family counseling services for those coping with trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, self-harm, anger, self-esteem, obsessive-compulsive disorder, mood disorders and populations navigating challenges associated with diversity, sexual identity, and LGBTQ+ issues.
To make the event more interactive, we have limited the number of attendants, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get a link to the zoom meeting or if you have any questions.