WSU psychology department offers free family checkup
Feb 16, 2010 4:54 PM | Print
Faculty and graduate students with the Wichita State University psychology department are offering Wichita-area residents the opportunity for a free family checkup for families with children ages 2-18.
The family checkup is an opportunity to explore questions, goals or concerns about your child, teen or family.
By teaming up with each family and using a variety of assessments, the family checkup strives to increase parenting knowledge and confidence, skills and effectiveness; enhance child and adolescent social and emotional development; improve behavior at home and school; handle developmental transitions (for younger children this includes potty training and/or sleep problems, school transitions such as starting school, going from elementary to middle school, or middle school to high school, and family changes); and enhance parent and/or adolescent self care.
This service can be provided in home or in WSU's clinic. Child care is available.
For more information or to schedule a visit, call (316) 978-6180 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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