Tackling the Tough Parenting Q's!

Join an expert at DePaul for a FREE 4-Week Parent Workshop

Come talk to an expert! 4-week FREE workshop series for parents!

When: June 12, June 19, July 3, & July 10

What time: 5:30-7pm *Free childcare provided if needed!

Where: 2247 N. Halsted St., Chicago 60614


This series is designed for parents to come together in a safe space to ask questions and discuss tough parenting topics such as: developmental issues, discipline, parent stress, challenging behaviors, spectrum disorders, educational rights, etc.


Designed around you about what matters most to you! In the first session we will find out what matters most to you and make sure those topics are discussed throughout the 4-weeks.


Mojdeh Bayat, PhD, is a Professor of Child Development in the College of Education at DePaul University. An expert in the education of children with mental health issues, and/or developmental disorders, Dr. Bayat is the author of several articles and books including, Teaching Exceptional Children, Addressing Challenging Behaviors and Mental Health Issues in Early Childhood, and more recently, Positive Interactions with At-Risk Children: Enhancing your Students’ Well-being, Resilience, and Success. Her current research focuses on effective simple models of working with all children as a way of improve their overall wellbeing and health, and has developed the Resilience-based Interaction Model.

4-Week Free Series

This series will take place June 12, June 19, July 3, & July 10 from 5:30-7pm at the DePaul Education and Counseling Center @ 2247 N. Halsted St., Chicago

Free childcare provided if needed!


Registration: To register please RSVP through this flyer or email ecc@depaul.edu. Space is limited. For questions please email Dr. Martha Mason, Director at ecc@depaul.edu.

4-Week Parent Series

Wednesday, June 12th, 5:30pm

2247 North Halsted Street

Chicago, IL

Register through this flyer or email ecc@depaul.edu

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

DePaul Education and Counseling Center

Aligned with the service and social justice mission of DePaul University, the Education & Counseling Center seeks to strengthen, sustain, and serve urban communities; therefore, our mission is two-fold. The first is to provide quality and affordable educational and counseling services to adults, children and adolescents. The second is to prepare socially responsive counselors and educators to utilize evidence-based practices in their respective professions.

Address and Contact Info.

Other services currently offered are individual counseling, homework help, Strengths Program for youth, and summer camps.

http://go.depaul.edu/ecc