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How to Help Kids Build Solid Friendships

A conversation with Dr. Robyn Silverman, renowned child development specialist and host of the parenting podcast, and author of the book titled "How to Talk to Kids About Anything.”

Do you worry about your child making friends? Are you often struggling with knowing how to help when your child has an issue with a friend?

Join us for an enlightening conversation between Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Chief Programs Officer for Brain Balance Centers, and Dr. Robyn Silverman, renowned child development specialist, parenting expert, podcast host, and author of "How to Talk to Kids about Anything." In this webinar, we delve deep into the crucial topic of guiding children through the complexities of friendships.

Dr. Silverman shares invaluable insights from her book, offering practical advice and strategies for parents at every stage of their child's development. Discover how to gently teach children about friendship, identify the essential qualities of a good friend, and navigate the ever-changing dynamics of social connections.

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From conversation tips to family discussion ideas, games, and at-home crafts, Dr. Silverman empowers parents to equip their children with the skills needed to cultivate meaningful and supportive friendships. Learn how to help kids build friendships that not only boost self-esteem and social skills but also act as powerful buffers against peer pressure, bullying, and isolation.

What You'll Learn

  • 1The ingredients of a "friendship stew" and what makes a good friend
  • 2How to help children make new friends and maintain positive relationships
  • 3Scripts for parents to navigate tough friendship moments
  • 4How to build social skills and understand friendship dynamics at different ages
  • 5Recognizing and addressing loneliness versus the need for alone time

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Dr. Rebecca Jackson

Chief Programs Officer, Brain Balance, author of the new book “Back on Track: A Practical Guide to Help Kids of All Ages Thrive"

Dr. Rebecca Jackson comes to the role of Chief Programs Officer as an industry authority on the topics of development, cognition, and brain health. She holds a board certification as a cognitive specialist and has published peer-reviewed research on attention, emotional well-being, cognition, and development. Dr. Jackson is the author of the new book “Back on Track: A Practical Guide to Help Kids of All Ages Thrive.” She has been interviewed on the Doctors Show, NBC Nightly News, and news outlets nationwide and has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Forbes, and Business Insider. She has over 15 years of experience at Brain Balance working with both kids and adults. Her depth of knowledge and passion comes from a strong foundation of education, research, and years of experience in driving change in the brain that translates to improvements throughout life. Dr. Jackson has published research on the topics of improving cognition, development, and well-being, and is a frequent media expert guest. Prior to joining the Brain Balance corporate team, Dr. Jackson served as the Executive Director of three Brain Balance centers, personally overseeing more than 1,000 students' progress through the Brain Balance program. Dr. Jackson graduated from Life University as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2001 and holds additional certifications as a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist and as a MindSet Safety Management Behavioral Trainer. She is passionate about creating and delivering programs that increase awareness, understanding, and change in the lives of kids and adults seeking to improve their lives.
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Dr. Robyn Silverman


Known as the "Conversation Doc," Dr. Robyn Silverman is a child and teen development specialist and host of the popular podcast, How to Talk to Kids About Anything, as well as the author of the book of the same name. She is a cofounder of the Powerful Words Character System, which gives educators the talking points they need to help children become kind, responsible citizens of the world. Dr. Robyn has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, and Nightline and has been quoted in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, CNN.com, and many other publications. She lives with her husband, two kids, and rescue dog in North Carolina. Find out all about the book at DrRobynSilverman.com.