Join us on January 25:
Grandparenting in the Era of Climate Change
with Guest Speaker Regina Pally
On Thursday January 25,2023 Regina Pally will be interviewed by Climate Action Santa Monica’s Executive Director and Steering Committee Member Laurene Von Klan. Regina will be discussing the importance of Grandparents is in the life of their grandkids and to include her own personal experience and how the people who take care of children help kids manage the stress and anxiety of Climate Change.
Biography of Regina Pally:
Regina Pally is retired from private practice as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst and currently engaged in helping the community. She is author of “The Reflective Parent: How to do less and relate more with your kids,” which emphasizes that building and maintaining a strong parent-child relationship is the single most important thing a parent can do for their child. She is Founder of Center for Reflective Communities (CRC), which provides training and educational workshops designed to help parents and other care providers build strong relationships with children by enhancing their capacity to be reflective. Reflective capacity is the uniquely human ability that enables us to make sense of what is going on inside another person and inside ourselves. Regina maintains that being reflective in our relationships with children, leads to greater empathy, understanding, and acceptance and less stress, anger, and aggression, all of which ultimately promotes healthier child development. Regina has 3 adult children, 7 grandchildren and lives with her husband in Santa Monica.