Laguna’s school district began offering monthly drop-in counseling this week for parents of district students enrolled in grades 3-12, who cannot commit to an ongoing parent class.
The classes provide parents an opportunity for interaction with other parents while learning problem-solving techniques for parent and child difficulties.
“As a parent myself, I struggle with everyday decisions regarding what I will allow my sons to do and not to do,” said Irene White, director of special education and student services.
“The drop-in counseling provides a unique opportunity in that it creates a safe environment for parents and caregivers to dialogue about any challenges they may be experiencing while gaining valuable feedback from a trained specialist to help them navigate those challenges,” said school psychologist, Lila Samia.
The classes will be held from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Susi Q Senior Center, located at 380 Third St.
Future classes are Dec. 17, Jan. 21, Feb. 18, March 18, May 20 and June 17.
For questions contact Ms. Rivas at (949) 791-7839 or [email protected].