Parent and Caregiver Classes

Raising Emotionally Healthy Children

When: Wednesday May 15th
Time: 6:30-8:00PM
Where: Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave
Free of charge, feel free to bring a friend


Please join Dr. John Frampton and Lakeview Pediatrics  for an engaging presentation on Raising Emotionally Healthy Children.  Attendees will learn about current trends in children’s mental health and what parenting practices contribute to emotionally healthy children. 

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Being With Baby

When: 4 Sundays, June 2, 9, 16, 23
Time: 9:00-10:15 AM
Where: Our office, 1333 W. Belmont Ave, Suite #310
Cost: $125 for the 4 week series


A 4-week workshop series on parenting young babies from the heart.  Come join us once a week for an hour of insight, relaxation, discussion and mommy-baby time. In this workshop series presented by Wildflower Center for Emotional Health and Lakeview Pediatrics, we will provide an intimate space for you and other mothers to find that place within your heart to truly be with your baby. You’ll learn to cut through the noise of parenting and apply physical and emotional tools focused on strengthening secure attachments. In addition to gaining understanding of your baby’s language, you will also learn the practice of infant massage techniques that will help you and your baby bond through loving touch.

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Parenting Class

When: Sunday June 30th
Time: 9:00 - 10:30am
Where: Lakeview Pediatrics Waiting Room
Cost: FREE!


Do you ever feel that you have to repeat yourself many times before your child will follow a simple direction? Do you ever feel that you have to spend a lot of time "putting our fires" instead of enjoying a nice family outing to a museum or a restaurant? In this workshop, Dr. Nan will discuss a few effective and practical strategies based on behavioral science to help promote good behaviors among young children ages 2 to 7. These strategies will help families spend more quality time together! This is an interactive even where you get to share your questions and ideas with other parents and Dr. Nan. 

More about Dr. Nan:
Dr. Nan Huai is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA-D). She has been working with children in a variety of settings, including school, clinics and research centers. Dr. Nan Huai is the clinical Director at Caravel Autism Health-Chicago Clinic. Dr. Nan Huai is passionate about using behavioral science to help children and their families, regardless of whether they have special needs. 

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Sleep Class

When: Sunday July 21st, 2019 at 9:00am
Where: Lakeview Pediatrics

$15/couple; $10/individual

Does your child struggle to fall asleep at bedtime?
Are naps too short or non existent in your home?
Does your child wake frequently throughout the night?
Do you feel like you have read all the books and are confused by how to
improve your child’s sleep?

If the answer to any of these questions is YES! or you have other sleep questions related to
children 0-2 years old, join Linda Szmulewitz, licensed clinical social worker, a certified Gentle
Sleep Coach and the owner of Sleep Tight Consultants, to learn how to improve your child’s
sleep and help your whole family get the sleep they need.
0-2 year old sleep workshop


Learn what is developmentally appropriate with regard to sleep for children at different stages
Creating healthy sleep habits and routines
Have an opportunity to ask your pressing sleep questions

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Baby Tastes: Helping Your Baby Learn to Love Food

When: Sunday, August 4th 2019 a 9:00am
Where: Lakeview Pediatrics

 
 
Baby Tastes a class designed for parents ready to introduce their baby to solid foods. Parents will learn how to help their baby enjoy the tastes, textures, colors and smells of mealtimes. This class will help parents:
  • Know when their baby is ready to enjoy solid food
  • Set-up successful mealtimes in a nurturing environment
  • Discover if baby led weaning is right for them

Join Karen Dilfer, MS, OTR/L, a pediatric occupational therapist, feeding specialist, and food enthusiast. Karen has completed extensive study in the area of pediatric feeding and has devoted her career to helping children with motor, sensory, and mealtime challenges.

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