The pursuit of goals in childhood and adolescence shapes our work ethic and behaviors into adulthood. The achievement of goals can be a significant moment for any child/teenager. Achieving success at any capacity during childhood instills lifelong lessons of hard work and goal-oriented decisions. However, the process of achieving goals is where misconstrued concepts of perfectionism can seep in and detrimentally affect a child’s mental health. The purpose of this workshop is to define perfectionism through a child/adolescent lens, to examine where these belief systems originate, and to observe the various ways these concepts manifest themselves.
This Workshop will focus on three main areas of influence on a child/teenager:
1. Social: peers, teachers, coaches, etc.
2. Family: parents, siblings, extended family
3. Personal: individual thoughts and feelings
About the Presenters
This program will be presented by students enrolled in the Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling track in Counselor Education at Stetson University in DeLand. These students are focused on learning about how significant relationships influence individual experiences and directly and indirectly affect our well-being throughout life. This program will be offered under the guidance of their professor, Jacqui Williams, Ph.D., LMFT, Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Counselor Education. Stay tuned for specific biographies on this program’s presenters.
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Wednesday, January 4, 2023