Antosz Speaks with Parents about Children’s Needs

Dr. Larry Antosz, pictured in center, spoke with area parents on Jan. 24.

Dr. Larry Antosz, pictured in center, spoke with area parents on Jan. 24.

Dr. Larry Antosz, a psychotherapist with Wesleyan’s Counseling and Psychological Services, spoke to parents about children’s needs at the Cobb School, Montessori in Simsbury, Conn. on Jan. 24.

Dr. Antosz joined Paul Assaiante, squash coach and author from Trinity College, and John Kniering, director of career services at the University of Hartford, to encourage parents to “guide your children, then let them fly.”

“Dr. Antosz took time out of his busy day to talk with Cobb School parents about what children really need. He sat on a panel and shared his thoughts on parenting and education and everything in between. Drawing on his decades of experience and his unique vantage point, Larry had us captivated,” said Maureen Scudder, director of communications at The Cobb School. “We are deeply grateful that Dr. Larry Antosz shared his time, his warmth, and his oodles of experience with us. He was and is remarkable.”

Olivia Drake

Olivia (M.A.L.S. '08) is editor of the Wesleyan Connection newsletter and campus photographer. I have two dogs, five chickens and 30 house plants. I like snow, photographing firemen and enjoying "stinky" cheeses. Send me your story ideas to newsletter@wesleyan.edu. 

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