JFCS Counselor featured in Star Tribune on talking to kids about racism
JFCS Counselor Natalie Quiring-Oleson was prominently featured in the Star Tribune’s Variety section on Saturday, May 15, in an article on how parents can talk to their kids about racism. The Star Tribune contacted her for a Q&A following an article she wrote on this topic last year.
In it, Natalie “reflects on her childhood, her desire to play even a small part in deconstructing structural racism and why it’s OK for parents to embrace their shortcomings.” Click here to read the article!
For more information on JFCS’ Counseling services, click here: https://www.jfcsmpls.org/our-services/mental-health-services/