|Date:||Monday, April 01, 2019|
|Time:||9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.|
|Location:|| Providence Willamette Falls Community Center|
519 15th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
|Phone:||503-215-2429 / 1-800|
|Map:||Directions to Location|
Join Dr. Amy Stoeber in discussing how to build resilient families by understanding ways to overcome adversity and to parent with a positive, strengths-affirming approach. You'll learn specific strategies that reduce the effects of early traumatic experiences and create stronger families and more resilient children.
Dr. Amy Stoeber is a licensed psychologist who works with children and families of all ages, birth through young adulthood. Dr. Stoeber owns a private practice in Clackamas, Oregon, where she focuses on early childhood issues, teen adjustment issues, family stress, trauma and a variety of other mental illnesses that affect children and families. Dr. Stoeber is a former statewide trainer for the Department of Human Services and now works with Children's Health Alliance to promote wellness for children of all ages in pediatric settings. Working with children and families is a passion of Dr. Stoeber, and she especially enjoys the opportunity to provide training and support in both large and small group settings.