Updated September 2 at 6:02pm

Hallowell speaks at parenting conference

BARRINGTON – The 22nd annual Parenting Matters conference was held March 17 at Barrington High School, featuring Dr. Edward M. Hallowell, a child and adult psychiatrist and founder of the Hallowell Center. Hallowell’s topic was “Reclaiming what is most important for children: Building connections in a disconnected world.”

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Hallowell speaks at parenting conference

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BARRINGTON – The 22nd annual Parenting Matters conference was held March 17 at Barrington High School, featuring Dr. Edward M. Hallowell, a child and adult psychiatrist and founder of the Hallowell Center. Hallowell’s topic was “Reclaiming what is most important for children: Building connections in a disconnected world.”

The conference, presented by Bradley Hospital, allowed parents, child care providers and teachers to learn from top child-development and behavior specialists in a casual setting.

Among the workshops available at the conference were: “Bullying in School and Online,” “Bedtime Battles,” “Managing Difficult Behavior in Teens,” “Sibling Rivalry,” “Sadness, Badness and Madness: Parenting Depressed Adolescents” and “ADHD in the Classroom.” •

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