November 30th 2017
In this webinar, Erin will share simple research based strategies for nurturing happiness habits within our children. Following the premise that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken adults, she will discuss six simple habits that empower our children to manage their own emotions and well-being. All parents want to raise children who go on to become successful happy adults, and in this webinar, Erin helps to simplify some of that process.
Overview & Key Takeaway:
- Learn what we mean by happiness as a way of being
- What science has to say about happiness
- The role of parents in raising happy children
- Simple practices and habits that the whole family can do together to nurture happiness and well-being.
- An experiential session of one of the Happiness Habits strategies
Erin Michelle Threlfall is an activist and educator whose passion is making the work a better place via the arts and education. Originally from the US, she’s taught at schools in Ghana, South Korea, Togo and Bali and now serves as the Director of Service Learning at the United Nation International School in New York. An expert in social, emotional and child centered learning, she focuses on nurturing global citizenship, happiness, and social activism within children, and is the founder of Happiness 101: Teaching Our Children the Habits for Happiness.
Erin is a TEDx speaker, and has delivered keynotes and workshops for parents and educators across the globe. In addition to writing for World Mom’s Network, Huffington Post, The Gates’ Foundation and Union Station Magazine, she is also a parenting coach with Babystep expert.