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The Seven Hills School’s Creating Conversations is a series of events designed to engage as a community, with each other and with the help of experts in their fields, about raising bright, healthy, happy kids.

ALL are welcome!
We invite you, your family and friends to join us for one or more of these fascinating sessions. Attendance is free-of-charge. Each of our speaker events will be held on our Hillsdale Campus at 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, 45227. For driving directions, please click here.

For more information about the Creating Conversations speaker series, please contact Judy Arnold, Guidance Counselor at 513.728.2363 or judy.arnold@7hills.org.
Mindfulness in Everyday Living, November 17, 7:00 pm
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We are pleased to offer a series of webinars for parents as part of the Creating Conversations program. The webinars will be on a variety of parenting topics, from different presenters/organizations, and will apply to various age groups and interests. They will be available for a limited amount of time. You will be able to access these programs by going to www.7hills.org/videos. Once there, you can follow the directions to access the webinars. 

Webinars currently available:

We are thrilled to announce the first ever Freedom from Chemical Dependency ( FCD) Prevention Source Book Club. We hope that many of you will join us in 1) reading the chosen book, and then 2) participating in a webinar-based interactive discussion with FCD Prevention Specialists and the author!

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Creating Conversations Speaker Series

November 17, 2015 7:00 p.m. “Mindfulness in Everyday Living”
Speaker: Shannon Jenson, LISW-S
Where: The Seven Hills School Hillsdale Campus, 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, 45227
For: All Seven Hills parents, families, and friends
What to Expect: Although mindfulness has been around for centuries, Western research now “proves” how mindfulness works in the body and brain to help change our brain chemistry and increase healthy living. From daily stress to high levels of anxiety triggered by traumatic events, to chronic pain and physical ailments, mindfulness approaches are being used to help increase effective ways to cope in life. Ms. Jensen will share ways parents can teach children to be mindful and practice self-compassion in the midst of daily pressures. An outpatient therapist at the Lindner Center of Hope, Ms. Jenson also has served as supervisor and clinical therapist for Family Services of the Cincinnati Area.

February 23, 2016 7:00 p.m. “When to Worry and What to Do”
Speaker: Jessica H. Thiede, Psy.D.
For: Middle and Upper School Parents
What to Expect: Adolescents who are struggling often give warning signs of their distress. Dr. Jessica Thiede will offer parents tips on how to recognize and understand these signs, and know what to do when they see them. While teenagers are dealing with heightened stress, harmful responses to that stress are preventable, said Thiede. While they experience physical maturation, a drive for independence, and changes in peer interaction, parents can give their teens the tools to emerge from adolescence with minimal turmoil. A Hyde Park clinical psychologist with a special focus in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, depression and co-morbid conditions, Dr. Thiede has a strong commitment to multidisciplinary collaboration, and has been a part of several initiatives to increase mental health awareness, and care within academia and the community.

Oct. 1, 2015 7:00 p.m. “Lifting the Burden of Potential”
Speaker: Eileen Kennedy Moore, Ph.D.
Where: The Seven Hills School Hillsdale Campus, 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, 45227
For: All Seven Hills parents, families, and friends
What to Expect: Our culture’s relentless focus on "being impressive" places a huge burden on children that can leave them feeling anxious and disconnected, irritable, or filled with self-doubt. Very capable children are often the ones who feel this burden most keenly. The antidote is to help children to cultivate a broad self-definition that encompasses not only their abilities, but also their humanity and inner strengths. A trusted parenting expert who offers compassionate and practical solutions, Dr. Kennedy-Moore offers research-based strategies for helping children temper perfectionism, build relationships, and find joy in their daily lives. An internationally-published author, psychologist, and mother of four from Princeton, NJ., Dr. Kennedy-Moore has been a featured guest on The Today Show and other national television and radio shows. She is the co-author of a number of books, including Simple Strategies to Help Your Child Make Friends and the award-winning children's book, What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention Without Hitting Your Sister.
Hillside campus 5400 Red Bank Road Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 513.271.9027 Doherty campus 2726 Johnstone Place Cincinnatio, Ohio 45206