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Workshop will address resistance to change

Joanna Tryb, 3 1/2, and her dad Pawfl dance to music from Paul Anziuino of Noble Productions of Marlboro during the Marlboro halloween trunk or treat and parade on Oct 30.

Editor’s note: The workshop was been moved to Crossroads Middle School South, 195 Major Road, Monmouth Junction. It was previously scheduled for Crossroads North.


The South Brunswick Parent Academy (SBPA) begins 2017 with the workshop “Resistance to Change: Overcome It & Unlock Your Potential” from 7-8:30 p.m. on Jan. 10 at Crossroads South Middle School, 195 Major Road, Monmouth Junction.

“Resistance to Change” will focus on changes in both parents’ lives and their children’s lives and their reaction to the changes. The basic premise is that there is a real reason behind why there is natural resistance to change— even when there is good intent. Once we understand how inner resistance to change works, we can explore ways to help our children, and ourselves, to overcome it.

Attendees will learn to determine their children’s and their own resistance to change and discover ways to help overcome that resistance to help unlock his or her potential and increase pathways to success.

The SBPA will be giving away 10 copies of the book “Immunity to Change: How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in Yourself and Your Organization (Leadership for the Common Good)” by Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey.


Childcare will be available for children 3 and older.

Register by visiting www.sbschools.org and clicking the Parent Academy Information link under Quick Links.

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