Piyush Ghayal

Piyush Ghayal

Posted by : admin | Posted On : January 16th, 2017 | Guest Speakers

 

 

 

 

 

Discuss various Parenting Stages, Loving our child, Communication, Expectations and Discipline.

Link to Youtube FREE Webinar with Piyush Ghayal –

 

INSTRUCTOR

Piyush Ghayal

FREE WEBINAR TOPIC

Parenting Webinar

 

VIDEO DURATION

60min 

 

DETAILS OF FREE WEBINAR

  • Discuss Ages and Stages of parenting
  • Loving your child 
  • Discipline
  • Communication
  • Expectations

PIYUSH GHAYAL

Piyush is a retired Computer Scientist, currently living in Randolph NJ with his wife Bharti. He retired from a career in Information Technology and Management, having worked for Mars, Incorporated (“the Candy company”) for over 27 years. Piyush was born on January 15, 1955 in a small village called Busembatia in what is now Uganda. For a short while, Piyush also lived in Kenya before the family moved to India in 1962. In 1966, the family then moved to Manchester, England where Piyush completed his schooling. He holds a Bachelors’ degree in Computer Science from Lanchester Polytechnic, Rugby campus. In 1980, after his marriage, he and his wife relocated to New Jersey USA, where they have been residing ever since. They are the parents of two children and 2 grandsons.Over the years, Piyush has been diagnosed with a number of auto-immune disorders such as ulcerative colitis, glaucoma and hypothyroidism. Since retirement, with the inspiration of his Guru, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and the dedicated support of his wife, Piyush is trying to live a more healthy lifestyle, consisting of balanced nutrition, physical fitness, naturopathic medicine and volunteer work.He is involved in the Sathya Sai Baba organization of the Mid-Atlantic region, having served as a Sai Spiritual Education teacher, Young Adult Advisor and President. He has also conducted a number of Sai Parenting workshops in the region.

Piyush is a trained facilitator with an organization called Good Grief based in Morristown, NJ. Good Grief provides free support to children, teens, and young adults after the death of a mom, dad, brother, or sister. The programs help participants develop coping skills they need now and for the future. Peer-support is highly effective because children and families learn they are not alone, learn from those going through something similar, and are given opportunities to express their feelings and share memories. Piyush facilitates children groups ages from 6-9 and 10-12. Although retired from a professional career, Piyush feels blessed that he continues to keep himself busy, active and learning.

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