Zoom Info Sessions

Family Info Sessions

Unfortunately, we are unable to host our traditional Family Orientation for Summer 2021.
The dates have passed for you to attend our zoom info sessions this year, but we are compiling a video to highlight the best of the sessions!
Stay tuned!

 

Nuhop Zoom and Learn Series

We at Nuhop have partnered with professional colleagues to offer you informational "Zoom and Learn" sessions!
Please join us on any date available at no cost to you. We look forward to serving you!
 

 

Becca Mitchner,
Summer Co-Director

Katelyn Seroka,
Summer Co-Director

Preparing Your Child for a Successful Summer

May 18, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.

Are you ready for summer 2021? Are you thinking about sending a child to Nuhop for the week? Would you like more information about a summer at Nuhop? This session will aim to give you a glimpse into the Camp Nuhop experience with the intention of providing peace of mind related to this new adventure. Nuhop summer co-directors will provide tips, tricks, and highlights from their previous summers at Nuhop and will create an opportunity to answer many frequently asked questions while giving an update on new opportunities at camp. Katelyn and Becca look forward to connecting with you, empowering you and your child for success, and starting the magic of Nuhop from the comforts of home!

 

 

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Past Zoom and Learn Sessions

Dr. Thomas Knestrict

Rules, Rituals, and Routines. Proactive Management of Behaviors at home.

February 23, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.

There are three magic bullets to managing behaviors at home. We call them the “Three R’s.” They are Rules, Rituals, and Routines. What kind of Rules? What kind of Rituals and Routines for what? That will be the topic of discussion on our Nuhop Parents night via Zoom on February 23 at 6:30 pm. Please join Dr. Thomas Knestrict, Professor at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a night of discussion, Q&A, and sharing, all in the Nuhop spirit!

Tom has a DVD available that you can preview here. If you would like a copy of this DVD, please reach out to malaree@nuhop.org.  

You can now view the webinar via Youtube! Click here to watch.

 

 

 

Mary Stockton, PHD

Caregiver Burnout

March 23, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Mary Stockton is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of depression and anxiety. She is certified to provide TEAM-CBT, an advanced form of cognitive behavioral therapy that is an active, goal directed approach to treatment of mood disorders. She has enjoyed being heavily involved with Nuhop as part of the Cozy Cabin Capital Campaign, but also through other fundraising efforts such as the Fuzzy Fandango and the annual capital campaign. Mary and her husband are the parents of three kids, all teenagers and “emerging adults,” one of whom worked at Nuhop, and another of which has overcome learning differences. She looks forward to talking with us about caregiver burnout and fatigue, a topic near and dear to her heart.

 

 

George Purgert, MSSA, LISW-S

Learning vs Teaching; Listening vs Hearing; Problem-making vs Problem Solving

April 20, 2021 at 6:30 p.m.

We wear many hats and have many roles with our kids. This webinar will assist us in assessing whether our interactions are truly the best that we can offer...regardless of how they are perceived. We will also explore perspectives from ‘the experts’ as well as practical skills and tools that might be helpful in our own specific situations. George Purgert has been in the Child Care Field for over 40 years. Starting as a Counselor at Camp Nuhop, he went on to open Safely Home, a residential Center that focuses on victim/victimizer issues in youth. Mr. Purgert continues to strive for new and innovative ways to assist those who are most at risk and considered unworkable.

 

 

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