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Processing the Pandemic and Things We Can Practice

“Be” before “Do”

1. Connections before escape

2. Rhythms before schedule

3. Compassion before expectation

Follow-up Q&A Discussion to the Webinar, Processing the Pandemic and Things We Can Practice.

Questions answered in this discussion:

1. How do we protect our youth in CPS from online and cell phone interactions that are dangerous?

2. How do we balance being present for our family/children and work without seeing it negatively? Would you say it's better to carve out blocks of time to spend with my children and work, switch task back and forth all day, or a combination?

3. How do you help/how does it translate when children have not connected well with their classmates during this time?

4. How do you approach these strategies with the other parent so you are on the same page?

5. Do teachers need to do anything to prepare for 2020 - 2021 school year?



Julie Thigpen

Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor and Registered Play Therapist- Supervisor


Julie Thigpen, LPC-S, RPT-S Play Therapist in private practice working with children and families for almost 20 years. Julie completed her Master’s Degree in Psychology, in 1998 then focused her training and experience on children and families. Julie specializes in Child-Centered Play Therapy for children as young as 3 years old, but also utilizes many other theories and techniques with the children, teens and families.

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Sebastian Ramos

Director of Training and Compliance @The Landing Residential Treatment Center


Sebastian Ramos is an instructor for Managing Aggressive Behavior, Youth Mental Health First Aid, CPR and First Aid, Trust-Based Relational Interventions, ACE’s Interface and Residential Child and Youth Care Professional. He has over 10 years experience working with youth who have adapted to survive. He has an unyielding passion for giving each youth and adult the empowerment for a positive life.

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