School for Parents prepares cultural day for 25th anniversary

The Civil Association Oneami School for Parents, within the framework of its 25th anniversary, will carry out this coming June 30 at the Stallforth Cultural Center, a cultural day of resilience in families, with the participation of five health specialists, whose topics They will be intended for parents, as well as for education professionals.

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Onéami is a Civil Association that seeks to help parents more effectively in the education of their children, in a comprehensive, solid way and with better results.

The organization currently has six programs: ECCA, Personal Growth Workshops, Let’s Build a Peaceful World, Fish, Master Optimism and Sex Education, each one of them is designed to address the problems and issues that affect the education of children. under different optics.

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In order to promote relevant information regarding the various problems that arise in the training of minors, at 10:00 in the morning the association will hold a cultural day of resilience in families this coming June 30 at the Center Cultural Stallforth.

At 10:30 in the morning Yesenia Rincón Macías will be presented, with the conference “Integrating families with neurodevelopmental disabilities”.

o’clock at 12:00 noon Juan Carlos Araiza Próspero will participate, with the theme “Families, Psychology and Spirituality. Values ​​and communication”.

At 5:00 p.m.Juan Carlos Guerra Gutiérrez will present the conference “Strategies for a healthy divorce” and to the 7:00 p.m.will conclude the day with Amaranta Ávila Alba, known in the state as “The Psychologist of Psychologists”, with the theme “Psychosolutions for the challenge of the adolescent mind”.

Due to the above, the psychologist, Yesenia Rincón Macías, who will participate as a guest, expressed; “We health and education specialists regularly focus on the minor or the student to be treated, of whatever age, all our energies and our intention to work with him, we try to include him, but we forget that we are human beings. of systems, and the first system that any type of person has, whether they are within the development deficit or not, is the family environment”.

When we have a person with different abilities within the neurodevelopmental disorder, we have to include the family mentally, attitudinally and emotionally, so that the intervention that I can have as a therapist, as a health or education professional, is relevant and have a really valuable intervention”, he indicated.

He commented that it is necessary to disseminate this type of information with the intention of perceiving what is happening in the environment: “There is an important characteristic, no matter how expert we may be in our subject, only parents are experts in their children, because they stay with them all day, the parents are the ones who have the information that we can use, the difference is that sometimes the health specialists do not know how to ask for it, because we focus on trying to make changes, which sometimes we do not know if they already have a process, the parents are not designed or many of them do not have the knowledge of how to transmit the information”.

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He stressed that on many occasions, parents come burdened with a duel of a diagnosis, hurt because they are not given the opportunities and begin to question: What am I doing wrong? Why do I have a child like this? me?, What did I do wrong?, “I didn’t take enough care of myself”, “I’m a bad person” “I’m always fighting with the one that I’m not a father that he needs, so that I’m still a health professional, I’m not the support, but rather that it makes him feel that he does not do more”.

Due to the above, he indicated that it is important that they attend so that they can validate that what they feel and develop is completely normal, since it is part of a process and development.

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“Sometimes therapists run out of love, patience and dedication with parents, because they didn’t cut their nails, because they don’t come clean, sometimes we don’t know how the parents spent the night, what mood they were in,” Yesenia Rincón Macías finished.

School for Parents prepares cultural day for 25th anniversary