You're invited to participate in a powerful online workshop designed to help parents manage stress and emotions amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

Wednesday, May 27th, 2:00-3:30pm ET I 20:00-21.30 CET

It makes sense for parents to feel overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to health and safety fears, we are adjusting to a destabilizing new normal, many of us juggling work responsibilities while taking care of kids, all in a confined space. You're not alone if you find yourself experiencing anger, guilt and frustration right now.

At the same time, nothing is more critical to your children’s sense of safety and stability right now than your ability to stay calm and regulated. Children may not fully understand what’s going on, but they do absorb our stress.

Grounded in neuroscience, this interactive virtual module provides participants with a set of tools that will help them tap into the most capable part of themselves in order to be the parents they want to be (and that their children need) in a time of fear and uncertainty.

Over the course of a 90-minute live online workshop, you'll develop:

  • Increased awareness of your own emotional state, and its impact on your children
  • Tools for calming yourself when your children lose control
  • Strategies for identifying and working through the emotional triggers that cause the most friction in your relationships with your children
  • A method for balancing setting limits with giving your children a safe space in which to discharge their stress
Register now to reserve your spot

About The Energy Project

The Energy Project is a boutique training and consulting company that helps organizations thrive in uncertainty by energizing their people and helping them become more agile, resilient and productive.

Our systematic, people-first approach can be rolled out virtually and achieves measurable improvements in engagement, performance and retention. And perhaps more importantly, it can help you and your people maintain your well-being through the hardest of times.