The University of Findlay’s Psychology Program offers Raising Kids Today, a series of free, public health-driven information sessions to help caregivers with raising children. It includes practical information with the latest scientific research. The topics that are discussed are relevant to parents and guardians of children of all ages.
The talks, which are held in Old Main’s Ritz Auditorium, are hosted by assistant psychology professors Andrea Mata, Ph.D., and Allison Kiefner-Burmeister, Ph.D.
All Raising Kids Today 1-hour sessions are held at 7pm, and include time for questions and answers. The next session will be held Nov. 27th with the focus of Mastering the Art of Discipline.
Attendees are encouraged to bring a donation that will go to Hope House in Findlay. Monetary donations as well as the following items will be collected: canned food with pull tabs, toilet paper, diapers, paper towels, cleaning supplies and other household necessities.
For more information visit findlay.edu/liberal-arts/psychology/raising-kids-today.