CHANGING THE CULTURE IN WHICH WE PARENT.
Practicing integrative psychotherapy and behavioral medicine with a focus on the impact of stress on children, parents, and families.
Psychologist and Supervisor at Boston Behavioral Medicine. Adjunct Lecturer on Child Advocacy at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Speaker, Writer, Podcaster, and Blogger at Psychology Today. Expert at NBC News' Parent Toolkit.
Listen to my interview on NPR Minnesota on Raising Self-Reliant Kids
A skills-based and emotionally supportive group for parents of young children interested in being the best parent they can be.
Are you a parent of a young kid and feel like you are ‘doing it wrong’? Is your child anxious, irritable, angry, or frequently melting down? Do you find yourself yelling or responding in a way you don’t like?
Who: Parents of Young Kids
What: Support group lead by a Clinical Psychologist/Parenting Expert with a focus on managing stress and anxiety in the home with the goal of raising happy, well-adjusted kids. Skills-based program and emotional support.
Where: Boston Behavioral Medicine, Dr. Bobbi Wegner’s Office, 1371 Beacon Street, Suite 305, Brookline (Coolidge Corner)
When: Tuesdays 10-11:30am and 6:00-7:30pm, 6 weeks, $350 for program. Begins April, 2018.
Contact: Dr. Bobbi Wegner, a Harvard Lecturer on Child Advocacy and Behavioral Medicine Specialist. email@example.com or 617.980.1412
Most Recent Publications
April 2018: Laws That Let Kids Roam Could Catch On The Boston Globe
March 2018: So Your Child is Obsessed with Selfies. Here's What You Should Know About That. Mind Body Green
March 2018: The Kids in Parkland are Being Heard: Here's How to Teach Your Kids to Speak Up Mind Body Green
Feb. 2018: 8 Tips for Raising Feminist Boys, From a Mother Who Has Been There Mind Body Green
Feb. 2018: My Seven-Year-Old A**hole Scary Mommy