The Raphael Remedy

Ep. 42: Homeschooling? Is it something to consider?

by | Jun 19, 2020 | Marriage, Family & Relationships

After the lockdown and so much uncertainty about returning to school this fall, many people are giving homeschooling a more serious look. But what most families were thrown into during the lockdown is not an accurate reflection of what real homeschooling is. For most, it was sheer chaos.

But what are the pros and cons of homeschooling? Are there benefits? Emphatically, yes! It may not be for everyone, but if you have even the most remote inkling of giving it a try, I’d encourage you to join the Catholic Homeschool Virtual Conference, June 25-27, 2020.

Hear an incredible lineup of speakers covering topics that will answer all (or pretty darn close to all) of your questions. Speakers include heavy hitters like Kimberly Hahn, Tim Staples, Jason Evert and so many more.

The conference is free, but with so many talks and tracks, you won’t be able to hear all of the talks. Purchase your VIP pass (see URL below) before the conference for only $47—this will give you access to every talk on your schedule.

After the conference, the cost of the VIP pass doubles to $97 (still worth every penny) but why wait? Take advantage early and save $50.

I hope you’ll be there. I know you won’t regret it!

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Ep. 42: Homeschooling? Is it something to consider?

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Allison Ricciardi, LMHC

Allison is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in practice since 1990. Allison has specialized in treating emotional disorders in individuals, couples, and families and uses and trains clinicians in the Baars/Terruwe method. Allison is also the Founder and President of www.CatholicTherapists.com, a nationwide network of dedicated Catholic therapists.