Trinity Spiritual Center in Southport will host a workshop with Saliha Bava, Ph.D. and Mark Greene livestream via Zoom
We can intentionally grow our children’s ability to create and care for relationships from infancy onwards through games, play, stories and joyful conversations. In this way, we ensure they will be able to create meaningful personal and professional relationships, the building blocks of rich and fulfilling lives. This is especially important work in an environment where the impacts of social media, COVID, and our dominance-based culture of masculinity can weaken youth’s ability to develop their relational capacities.
“The moment-by-moment back-and-forth of verbal and non-verbal communication is the driving force of parenting. How we respond to them shapes both our children and us,” observes Dr. Bava. “From the messy, joyous process of parenting and being raised, all relationships emerge, setting the stage for how we co-create our roles as working professionals, life partners, parents, and family members as adults.”