Blended Families Seminar to be Offered to the Public
Siloam Springs, Ark (March 2, 2000) — The PeopleCARE Clinics at John Brown University are offering "Blended Families: Getting the right Mix!" on March 14 at 7:00 p.m. The free seminar will meet in the Dye Lounge on the campus of John Brown University. The seminar is the sixth in the LifeSolutions Seminar series offered by PeopleCARE Clinics to the community.
The seminar will focus on teaching how to give people a handle on the dynamics of a blended family and to understand the characteristics of a productive step-family. Nancy Schmer Hoffman, R.N., L.P.C. will be teaching the seminar.
"The blended family is predicted to over take the percentage of the typical intact family by 2008 and become the most typical type of family system in the United States," said Hoffman. "Blended families come in many different forms and each family is helped by understanding the most common areas of misunderstanding that many blended families will encounter. The key to a successful blended family is a lot of love and flexibility."
John Brown University is a private university providing Christ-centered higher education to over 1,500 students from over 47 states and 33 countries. JBU is recognized by the John Templeton Foundation in their Honor Roll of Character Building Colleges and is included in the U.S. News & World Report’s list of top regional colleges and universities.