Always A Parent Class - October
Time & Location
About the Event
This class will be held over two virtual sessions held on Friday mornings, September 11 and September 18, from 9 am to 11 am. Attendence is required for both dates to recieve certificate of completion.
Child & Family Services offers the “Always a Parent” program to parents who want to improve their parenting skills or who are having difficulty communicating with a co-parent. Always a Parent emphasizes the impact of parents’ behavior on their children, and teaches parents positive, effective, cooperative communication techniques in an enjoyable, interactive way.
Get these and other questions answered:
Why is my child so “out of control?”
How do I get my child to take responsibility?
How can I get my children to tell me what is bothering them?
What do I do about sibling conflict?
How can I have a peaceful home?
How can I mix work and home to meet my child’s needs?
How do I keep my child safe?
What if parents cannot agree on how to raise their children?
How does domestic violence affect children?
What You Can Expect:
All classes are heldvirtually via Zoom. $100 fee includes sessions, textbook, and certificate. Please talk with us if you’re concerned about paying for services. Certificate issued upon successful course completion.
Class Topics Include:
Successful Conflict Resolution
How to discipline with love
How parental behaviors impact children
How to co-parent successfully
Understanding how your child thinks
Helping your children deal with feelings
How to balance your family time
How to effectively communicate with your children
Teaching life lessons
Raising a child to be a responsible person
Understanding anger and how to turn it into a positive
When to worry–what is “normal” and what is not
Buttons & triggers to behaviors
Understanding the power of emotions
The importance of family meetings and how to have them
Different parenting styles
- Individual Registration$100$1000$0