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A Parent's Guide to Build Courage & Self-Esteem in Your School-Aged Child
Come join us as Weezie shares her insights in developing effective coping strategies and building self-esteem to enhance positive peer and family relationships.
Weezie Parry, L.S.W., M.Ed., is a licensed social worker provides psychological services to children and families. She combines over 15 years of classroom teaching experience with her clinical social work training and now provides counseling in both private and school settings. Weezie treats a wide variety of mental health issues with a special interest in attention issues, transition and adjustment challenges, anger, anxiety, poor self-esteem, and social skills deficits.
More About Oakwood School
Oakwood School is an independent day school for students ages 5 to 14 years old with mild to moderate learning differences. Oakwood is a non-sectarian school whose goal is to offer those students a multisensory education so that they can accomplish all of their academic and social potential. The school serves as a co-educational day school for elementary and middle school students. Programs offered included speech therapy and occupational therapy. Each class at Oakwood is kept small, between 8 and 13 students, in order for each skilled teacher to devote an adequate amount of time and attention to each student.