Events


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Events


Pathway for Healing, Inc. sponsors a wide variety of events designed to support parents raising a challenging child and the professionals who provide care for these families.

Camps

We offer week-long camps (Turning Point Camp) where families learn therapeutic parenting methods to reach their child.

Turning Point Camp is a place for hurting families to find hope and healing. Challenging children are hurting children. This deep-seated pain comes from broken bonds, past experiences, traumas or difficulties resulting from other emotional or behavioral disorders. These children often seem unreachable and wreak havoc and pain on their families, but there is hope. Reaching kids with these challenges is difficult, but they can heal and your family can be refreshed and restored. Learn more about Turning Point Camp.

Seminars

Pathway for Healing offers seminars for parents and professionals (educators, therapists, and social workers) who are seeking to better understand how to reach a challenging child. Learn and experience the tools and techniques that reach children with a wounded heart.

See what upcoming seminars are available where you live. If you would like to bring a seminar to your area, contact us for more details.

Special Speakers

Pathway for Healing has a variety of special speakers available for your event. If you are interested in hosting one of our professionals at your venue, please contact us for more information.

Click here for our special speaker biographies and upcoming speaker events in your area.

Learn More

All our events are designed to breathe hope back into the lives of families who lack it due to a challenging child. We offer this along with creative, yet practical solutions to help children of trauma and the families who love them. Whether you are a parent seeking help for your child or a professional looking to support these families, we can help.

Learn more about who we are and what we do at Pathway for Healing, where we offer practical resources and hope for hurting families.