Join Mayflower member and child psychologist Jane Wagner Murphy this fall for discussion-based classes on developmental psychology that will help you connect and communicate with your child, tween, and/or teen throughout the tumultuous stages of brain development. There will be two sessions each for parents of young children, middle schoolers, and high schoolers—an initial class and a follow-up discussion. Come to as many classes as you like (hey, your second grader is going to be a teenager eventually, right?). We hope you will not only gain some helpful insights, but also forge connections with other parents. Bring your friends!
Sept. 24: Young Children (birth through elementary school) part 1
Oct. 1: Middle School part 1
Oct. 8: High School part 1
Oct. 15: Young Children part 2
Oct. 29: Middle School part 2
Nov. 12: High School part 2
Jane Wagner Murphy, MA, LMFT
Jane holds a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. She has been a Licensed Minnesota Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) for 23 years. Jane has also been a MN State Clinical Supervisor for 21 years, conducting therapy services in outpatient & in-home settings.
In 2012, Jane helped to create an Attachment Based Family CTSS Agency in Northfield, MN, called Secure Base Counseling Center. Jane’s main professional interest areas have been in working with children (of all ages; from birth to adulthood) and their families; to re-build or to build strong, healthy relationships.
Jane lives happily with her partner of 34 years in their home in the woods. Jane enjoys spending time with her family; taking long walks with her dog; gardening; doing nature photography; traveling; reading books, and listening to music.