The Power of Parents

Jan 8, 2021 | CTC Blog

A Note from Mary Christa

As parents, we hold a powerful influence over the lives and wellbeing of our kids. Our willingness to look at ourselves, unpack our family systems, and continue the lifelong journey of growth and evolution is a gift we give to our kids.  

There is no such thing as a perfect parent.  My kids remind me of this all the time! 🙂  We do the best we can, and when we know better, we do better.  This newsletter is packed full of resources to support and empower you to be the trusted adult in your child’s life.  We all came to parenting without an instruction manual, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn and grow from others – we can and we must.  

I hope you’ll join us and our coalition partners for some of the wonderful offerings we have during the first part of 2021.  It’s a New Year – let’s make it a great one.

REDEFINING SUCCESS IN THE AGE OF COVID

If you missed our Redefining Success in the Age of COVID webinar, hosted by PCEF and Communities that Care, PCEF provided the recording and many takeaways and resources for you.  


MENTAL HEALTH MONDAYS PODCASTS

Each Monday we share an interview by Jessica Crate with a local leader on subjects related to the health of our community. 

In this episode, Jessica interviews Jennifer Mulholland, a local Parkite (for the past 20 years), a mother of two children (10yr and 15yr old), wife, and co-leader of Plenty, a consulting firm helping conscious companies, nonprofits, and leaders make a difference in the world.  Jennifer facilitates, speaks, and coaches online, around the globe, and at HeartSpace, Plenty’s beautiful retreat center in Park City.

 

CTC NEWS
CTC was recently awarded $125,000 per year for up to 10 years in federal funding for youth prevention work with our coalition members in Summit County.  To learn more, tune into KPCW’s interview with Mary Christa, CTC’s Executive Director.

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