Time & Location
Dec 01, 2023, 12:00 PM – 1:20 PM
About the event
While many families partake in the “common” holidays celebrated at the end of the year, there are many families that celebrate holidays and traditions that are less known to the general population. Children of these families have their own experiences with their own families and culture, and it is important we acknowledge this as we work with families in legal settings, therapy, drafting parenting plans, and other interactions. As professionals, we must be inclusive of other holidays and have conversations with our clients that are considerate of traditions and holidays that are outside of the mainstream for the sake of the children involved in these cases. Please join us for a lunch and learn that will give us ideas on having a “kid-centric” and inclusive approach to holidays, schedules, and traditions.