Guiding Kids on the Internet
Understand both the risks and benefits of allowing children to explore
Parenting Center Responds to
the Internet. Discover fun, informative activities that can be done Recent Increase in Teen Suicide
with your child. CEUs awarded. $90 includes $55 supplies/lab fee. Anne Arundel Community College has been involved in a community-
Note: Online course. wide effort to create a unified and effective response to the recent
Sec. 301 H00467H June 17-Aug. 7 ONLN EDGO increase in suicides and suicide-related threats among Anne Arundel
Sec. 302 H00468H July 15-Sept. 4 ONLN EDGO County teens. As a part of that response, The Parenting Center has
partnered with Anne Arundel County Public Schools and the Office
of the County Executive to provide parenting seminars on the topic
FON 384 NEW
of suicide awareness to parents, education professionals and other
Enhancing Language Development in Children concerned community members. The seminar developed by licensed
Discover how children process language. Learn fun, natural and age- clinical social worker and faculty member Angie Antoniak will iden-
appropriate ways to stimulate speech, brain and language develop- tify warning signs and risk factors associated with suicide, provide a
ment. CEUs awarded. $90 includes $55 supplies/lab fee. platform for discussion about influences such as technology, media,
Note: Online course. substance abuse, stress and explore steps that concerned adults can
Sec. 301 H00465H June 17-Aug. 7 ONLN EDGO take to support children in distress. The classes will be provided free of
Kt Paxton charge and will take place at a variety of locations across Anne Arundel
Sec. 302 H00466H July 15-Sept. 4 ONLN EDGO County. Dates and locations are currently being finalized and will be
Kt Paxton made available in the coming weeks on The Parenting Center Web site
Learn the three stages of adolescent development. Compare
the physical, emotional and social changes during teen years.
Understand the importance of adolescent identity formation for adult
mental health. CEUs awarded. $90 includes $55 supplies/lab fee.
Note: Online course.
Sec. 301 H99143H June 17-Aug. 7 ONLN EDGO
Sec. 302 H99144H July 15-Sept. 4 ONLN EDGO
Meet our faculty, see page 4.
FON 383 NEW FON 329
Co-Parenting and Divorce Balancing Work and Family Life
Learn to reduce the impact of family realignment. Practice Discuss the competing demands of work and family life.
communication and conflict resolution skills, explore the Learn the importance of personal time, family time and
concept of cooperative parenting and develop a co-parenting managing stress. Explore time management strategies and
plan. CEUs awarded. $135 includes $18 supplies/lab fee. how to establish family routines. CEUs awarded. $45.
Note: Includes book. Sec. 301 H99128H 1 session AMIL
Sec. 301 H00462H 8 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9 am-3 pm June 20 Virginia Barnes Ricketts
Tu 4-6 pm June 2-July 21 Cheryl Townshend
FON 382 NEW
The Explosive Child
Managing Your Child’s Examine the psychological profile of the noncompliant child.
Behavior: 1-2-3 Magic Learn how to direct children away from explosive episodes.
Discover how to manage your child’s behavior without Identify common parenting mistakes when dealing with
yelling or spanking. Explore concepts from the bestselling explosive children. CEUs awarded. $45.
book, “1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children.” Learn Sec. 301 H99129H 1 session Arnold campus
interactive techniques that can be applied with immediate Sa 9 am-3 pm June 27 Candace Place
results. CEUs awarded. $50 includes $15 supplies/lab fee.
Note: Book included. FON 334
Sec. 301 H00463H 1 session Arnold campus
Parenting Children with ADHD
Su 1-5 pm June 7 Angie Antoniak
Sec. 302 H00464H 1 session Arnold campus
Identify the symptoms of attention disorders in children.
Sa 10 am-3 pm Aug. 1 Angie Antoniak Develop a parental plan for managing the unpredictable
behaviors of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
Disorder. Evaluate the impact of the impulsive child on fam-
ily life. CEUs awarded. $60 includes $15 supplies/lab fee.
Grandparenting Sec. 301 H99130H 2 sessions Arnold campus
Examine why grandparents are important to children. WTh 8-10:30 am July 8-9
Discuss changing roles of grandparents in American fami-
lies. Learn recent scientific findings about child behavior. FON 324
CEUs awarded. $35.
Managing Sibling Rivalry
Sec. 301 H99124H 1 session Arnold campus
Sa 9 am-2 pm June 13 Learn why children squabble with their siblings and how to
restore peace. Acquire the knowledge and skills needed to
help siblings resolve conflicts and develop better relation-
ships. CEUs awarded. $35.
Ready, Set, Read! Sec. 301 H99131H 1 session Arnold campus
Literacy is essential for a child’s success in life. Examine the Sa 9 am-1 pm July 18
newest research about literacy in early childhood. Through
interactive assignments, learn how to build a young child’s FON 308
confidence in reading and writing. CEUs awarded. $90
Systematic Training for Effective
includes $55 supplies/lab fee.
Note: Online course. Parenting (STEP)
Sec. 301 H99142H June 17-Aug. 7 ONLN EDGO This nationally acclaimed program focuses on essential child-
Kt Paxton rearing issues. Gain valuable training to improve cooperation
among family members and lessen parent-child conflicts.
Master effective parent-child communication and discipline
methods. Encourage children to develop to their full poten-
tial. CEUs awarded. $110 includes $15 supplies/lab fee.
Sec. 301 H99136H 4 sessions Arnold campus
Th 4-7 pm July 23-Aug. 13
FON 321 FON 369
Designing Family Play Parenting the Middle School Child
Spaces for Children Learn practical parenting strategies to help your children
Design an affordable indoor play space. Learn about color through the turbulent teen years. Gain critical communica-
combinations and how to select sturdy, well-built furnish- tion skills. Learn about teen developmental changes, sub-
ings. Discuss the reasons for respecting family spaces. CEUs stance abuse, sexuality and popular teen culture. Discuss
awarded. $50 included $15 supplies/lab fee. ways to encourage positive, responsible adolescent develop-
Sec. 301 H99137H 1 session Arnold campus ment. CEUs awarded. No charge.
Su 1-4:30 pm July 26 Sec. 301 H99138H 5 sessions AMIL
MTuWThF4-6 pm Aug. 3-7 Cordelia Holbert
Letting Go: FON 343
Parenting College Bound Youth Helping Disorganized
Explore the process of launching your adolescent into the Kids Succeed in School
next stage of life. Discuss the parallel struggles of parents Struggles over organization create frequent parent-child
and young adults. Examine boundaries, responsibilities and conflicts. Discover how brain development may be a reason
supportive communication strategies. CEUs awarded. $45. for disorganization in children. Learn practical techniques
Sec. 301 H99139H 2 sessions AMIL to help children get organized and succeed in school. CEUs
TuW 4-6:30 pm Aug. 11-12 Virginia Barnes Ricketts awarded. $35.
Sec. 301 H99141H 1 session Arnold campus
F 8 am-noon Aug. 21 Cheryl Townshend
Summer Family Fun
Warm weather, bright green trees, and a cool breeze from the Chesapeake Bay – What a lovely time
to explore summertime in the Mid-Atlantic region with your family! With so much to do in the
region, the choices for family fun are endless and inviting. Consider creating a “family fun” calendar
of events and activities for you and your family. Write down your favorite weekend and weekday
options, so you are sure not to miss a “must-see and do” event or activity. Web-based resources are
helpful in keeping you and your family in the know.
Don’t forget the traditional favorites such as bike rides, nature walks, story times at libraries, and a trip to
the local playgrounds. All of these are a perfect way to have family fun in a snug economy!
Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks Kidstreet News
Baltimore’s Child Maryland Park Service
The Capital – Hometown Annapolis Washington Post “Going Out Guide”
(Entertainment – Child’s Play) http://www.washingtonpost.com/gog
M E E T O U R F A C U LT Y
CHRiSTiNE AlExANdER, Ed.S., is project manager at the Johns diANE CROWlEy, M.A., C.A.C-A.d., A.P.P., has more than 20 years
Hopkins Center for Technology in Education. She is an educa- of experience working with adolescents and their parents. She
tional specialist who has worked with children with language- has devoted her professional career to studying teen culture, teen
based learning difficulties. Her professional experience includes rebellion and the myriad problems that adolescents face growing
instructional and diagnostic work with students from kindergarten up in our complex American society. She has an active professional
through college. consulting practice with schools and other human service agencies
in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area.
AMy AllEN-CHABOT, Ph.d., is a registered dietitian and associate
professor of nutrition. She has worked with children and adults as PAM CullEN, M.S., l.C.P.C., is a psychotherapist working for a
a clinical practitioner and has considerable experience in weight county agency in Annapolis, with a focus on caregiving, family
management and disordered eating. One of her areas of expertise issues and people in transition. She facilitates caregiver support
is translating nutrition knowledge into appropriate food choices groups and provides grief counseling. She has taught several credit
for optimal health. courses at AACC.
RANdi AlTSCHulER, l.G.S.W.-C., is a child therapist who has JAClyN FiNKlE, Ph.d., is an assistant professor with AACC's
worked with dying patients and their families, including specific TEACH institute. She has a masters degree in elementary educa-
group work with children, ages 5-15, who experienced the death tion and history education from Westchester university and is
of a loved one. She has been a clinical intern at College Park youth working on her doctorate in education.
and Family Services and Calvert Hospice, in Prince Frederick,
Maryland. lAuRiE FRiEdMAN dONzE, PH.d., is a clinical psychologist in
private practice in Annapolis. She has researched eating behavior
ANGiE ANTONiAK, is a licensed clinical social worker with over and obesity treatment for over 20 years. From 1997 to 2003 she
ten years experience working with children, adolescents and their worked as the deputy director and supervising psychologist of the
parents. She currently has a small private practice. She's worked in Johns Hopkins Weight Management Center in Baltimore where she
elementary and middle schools, as well as an alternative high school. evaluated and treated hundreds of obese and overweight children.
lOu AyMARd, PH.d. is the founding director of The Parenting KiM FlyR, B.S.E., is a parent and family life educator in
Center at Anne Arundel Community College. He is a child psycholo- Columbia, Maryland. She is a consultant to The Parenting Center
gist with 35 years of teaching and clinical experience working with and has published several essays about parenting, parent-teacher
children and families. He is the author of “Reflections on the lan- cooperation and helping young children transition into school.
guage and Culture of deaf Americans” and has contributed chapters
to child therapy texts about using electronic toys for counseling ANdREA FRANK, M.S., l.G.P.C., is a mobile crisis therapist assist-
children. His many professional awards include the NiSOd teaching ing individuals in their communities with mental health challenges
excellence award, AACC Student Government Association's teach- or crises of any kind, most of which include family conflicts with
ing excellence award, Humanitarian of the year from the Warner adolescents. Formerly of Johns Hopkins Community Psychiatry
Foundation of Baltimore, and an award from the international Soci- program where she worked with children ages 4-18 and their fami-
ety for Child and Play Therapy for outstanding career contributions. lies, Andrea is passionate about family, advocating for children and
dr. Aymard currently teaches psychology at AACC and continues to parents and helping them develop healthy coping strategies for
serve as a key adviser to The Parenting Center. better life balance and overall performance. She is also a certified
grief recovery specialist.
JENNiFER BlANCHARd, l.C.S.W.-C., is a psychotherapist in the
Annapolis area specializing in play therapy with children and ado- JEFF FRANKliN, M.l.S., is the owner of Be Beep — A Toy Shop.
lescents. She is also a school counselor who works with children, His professional interests include the developmental stages of
their families and faculty to promote resiliency as well as social and children’s play and current trends in children’s toys. He is on the
emotional wellness. board of directors of Playing for Keeps and was past-president of
the American Specialty Toy Retailers Association.
dOREEN CAMPBEll is an early childhood specialist with the
Behavioral Emotional Support and Training (BEST) program of the BARBARA S. GARRETT, M.A., is an assistant professor in the
TEACH institute at AACC. She has received extensive training in TEACH institute, where she teaches early childhood courses and
play therapy and has both clinical and teaching experience with supervises early childhood fieldwork students. She has more than
parents of preschool children. 30 years experience in teaching in public and private schools and is
an approved trainer for child care courses in Maryland. She serves
MARy CiSSEll., is an adjunct faculty member in the Health/Well- as membership chairperson on the Board of directors of the Mary-
ness and Physical Education department at the college. She has land Association for the Education of young Children.
been a certified CPR and first aid instructor with the Red Cross, the
American Heart Association and the National Safety Council for MARCiA HAll, is the founder of Reputation Counts and the
more than 10 years. She is also a certified safety seat technician for author of the award-winning book, "Navigating Newbie-ism:
the State of Maryland. 12 Simple Ways to Thrive in your First Job and Career." She has
worked with employers for more than 25 years, particularly in
ClAiRE COlE, M.A., is a registered nurse, certified in gerontology. her role as executive director of the West Anne Arundel County
As an adjunct professor of psychology at AACC, she has taught Chamber of Commerce.
courses in childhood, parenting and aging.
MEliSSA KERR, Ph.d., co-author of "The Anger Management CANdy PlACE, M.S., is a certified family life educator (C.F.l.E.)
Sourcebook", is a life and health coach who draws expertise who specializes in families in transition, parent education and be-
from 15 plus years of college teaching and research expe- havior management. She is a consultant with Annapolis Behavioral
rience in psychology, health behavior, wellness, exercise Consultants and teaches both parenting and teacher education
classes at AACC.
physiology and parenting. She specializes in stress and anger
management, and nutrition, fitness, and weight manage- ViRGiNiA BARNES RiCKETTS, l.G.P.C., has a master's degree in
ment. Her services include wellness workshops, educational counseling psychology. She specializes in integrating work and
support groups and individual coaching sessions. family life, wellness and coping with chronic illness, and education
and career development.
KATHy HiGdON, l.C.P.C., hosted a popular radio talk show
“Resources For living” that aired on WNAV. She is a marriage and BRANdi R. SHEPARd, B.S., is a licensed architect who has written
family therapist in private practice in Anne Arundel County and an several articles about designing family living spaces. One of her
adjunct professor of psychology at AACC. interests is creating play areas that foster children’s physical and
psychological development. She is an instructor of architecture
ANN B. JudGE, PH.d. is a licensed psychologist in Washington, and interior design at AACC.
d.C., a co-founder of insight Psychological Consulting, llC and an
adjunct supervisor for the Counseling Psychology Ph.d. program CHRiSTiNA SCHiAVONE, l.C.S.W.-C., is a licensed social worker
at the university of Maryland. She specializes in therapy for with Anne Arundel County’s department of Social Services-inde-
depression and anxiety, eating disorders, sexual abuse and assault, pendent living unit. She is an adjunct professor of psychology at
interpersonal relationship issues, and transitional stress. She also the college and is an independent consultant for Sheppard Pratt’s
conducts workshops on adjusting to college for parents and community education programs.
lORi STEllO-PEREz, Ph.d., NCSP, is a nationally certified school
ROBERT KAzlAuSKi, Ed.d., has a 28-year history of exemplary psychologist who specializes in early intervention and neuropsy-
accomplishments as an educator with Anne Arundel County Public chology. She is an assistant professor of psychology at AACC and
Schools. He has served as an elementary reading specialist, an acting has served as an educational consultant to local school districts
assistant principal and administrative trainee. His recent research about issues affecting infants, children and youth.
focuses on the field of parenting and international adoption.
RACHEllE TANNENBAuM, Ph.d., is an associate professor in the
AdAM KlEiN, Ph.d., is a clinical psychologist with offices in Anne psychology department. She is editor of The Parenting Center’s
Arundel and Montgomery counties. His specialties include inter- monthly online newsletter, and has previously worked with aca-
personal psychology and psychotherapy with children, couples demically gifted children at The Johns Hopkins university’s Center
and families. for Talented youth.
JOSEPH lAMP, Ph.d., is professor of communications at AACC. He CHERyl TOWNSHENd, is currently working on her second mas-
has been an active advocate for the rights of animals at the county ters degree in counseling. She has a has a bachelors in elementary
and state levels for more than 30 years. and a masters from Johns Hopkins university. She’s taught in the
Baltimore and Anne Arundel County public school systems. She
luCiA MARTiN, M.Ed., is a preschool through eighth grade school has served as a pupil personnel worker in the public schools and
counselor with Anne Arundel County Public Schools. She has an admissions director for a private school in Annapolis.
taught Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) courses
for AACC, the public schools and in the faith community. She has BRuCE TuRNQuiST, PSy.d., is a clinical psychologist who has
extensive experience working with young people and parents. been in private practice since 1994. Prior to private practice, dr.
Turnquist served as an Army psychologist and chief of psychology
NANCy MCCAMiSH, M.A., A.T.R., is a child and adolescent art at the Kimbrough Army Hospital at Fort Meade, Maryland. He was
therapist in private practice. She is a graduate of The George Wash- also a consultant to the u.S. Army Central Clearance Facility.
ington university Graduate Training Program in Art Therapy. She
specializes in using the creative process of art making to improve JERiNA WAiNWRiGHT, Ph.d., is professor of psychology and a li-
and enhance the physical, mental and emotional well-being of censed professional counselor. She has taught parenting and family
children. life education courses in a variety of settings.
TERA MiKulA, Ph.d., is a licensed clinical professional counselor KiM WEST, l.C.S.W.-C., nationally known as “The Sleep lady,” is a
and assistant professor of psychology at AACC. She is a fellow at the psychotherapist with a special interest in children and sleep. She
Florida Postgraduate Sex Therapy Training institute and has pre- has appeared on radio and television talk shows discussing sleep
sented courses and seminars on topics relating to personal growth, problems in children. Her latest book about children and sleep is
human sexuality, low libido in women and sexual dysfunction. entitled “Good Night, Sleep Tight.”
KATHy MillER, l.C.P.C., is a family therapist in Annapolis and a MATT yEAzEl, l.C.S.W.-C., is a psychotherapist for children and
consultant to The Parenting Center. She has taught credit courses adolescents who have severe mental illness. He is a professor in the
about human development at AACC and lectures extensively in psychology department at AACC and a consultant to The Parent-
the Baltimore-Washington area on parent-teen relationships. ing Center for bilingual parent education programs.
dAVid M. OCHiNERO, M.A. is a licensed clinical marriage and
family therapist who has worked in youth ministry since 1985
and has been counseling professionally since 1992. He counsels
children, adolescents, individuals and couples, and speaks at
churches, schools and other community groups on mental health
and relationship issues.
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