Are your kid’s experiencing loss during this time of Social Distancing? Loss of: school, activities, birthday parties, sports, prom, work, separation from friends, wedding, graduation, …

Watching your kid’s go through a time of loss like this is one of the most difficult things a parent can experience mentally and emotionally during this crisis. That’s why it’s so important to be proactive as a parent and do our best to help our kids navigate successfully throughout this time.

During this 4-Part Facebook Live Series, Doug interviews special guests and Jennifer Thumm, a Licensed Professional Counselor. Jennifer provides practical and implementable steps to help parents and their kids mentally and emotionally navigate successfully through this difficult time of loss that we all facing in this crisis.

This Show’s Special Guests:

Dylan Fitzgerald, Grant Svec & Jayden Stack:  @HastingsCollege  Seniors and Varsity Baseball Starters who have lost out on their baseball season, graduation ceremony and job searches which are on hold. They will share their stories.

Angie Svec: Parent of two college age kids who are losing out on a lot. Angie will share her family’s story. You can contact Angie at:

Chellie Phillips: Chellie is a Career Branding Coach who is going to share Powerful Tips To Help Your College Student Hit The Ground Running When This Crisis Is Over. You can find her online course here: Use the code “KIDS” to save $50 off the course.

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Jennifer is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the owner of Haven Professional Counseling, LLC. She leads her team of 9 counselors who are focused on helping individuals and families navigate through the challenges in their world. Her and her counselors are always available for Telehealth sessions during this difficult time.

Haven Professional Counseling, LLC:

Get your FREE “50 Tips To Stay Connected When The World Requires Social Distancing” Guide here:

Our 4-Part Facebook Live Series Includes:
Part 1: Parents of Young Children:
Part 2: Parents of Teens:
Part 3: Parents of College-Aged:
Part 4: Parents of Young Adults:

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