Positive Parenting Tidbits
Nuggets to help you with better parenting. Positive Parenting addresses five important parenting topics: setting limits, consequences, listening, anger, and managing challenging behavior and setting boundaries in your home.
Bully proofing your home
Did you know that a large percentage of bullying happens right inside your home? This session helps you to identify what bullying is, awaken your alertness as to what could be happening right under your own roof and how to address bully type behaviors with your child.
Is your teen in an abusive relationship?
Parents will look at characteristics of being in an abusive relationship. Discuss patterns of behaviors that might indicate that their child is in an abusive relationship. Parents will be made aware of available resources should they think that their child is in an abusive relationship.
Build your child’s self-esteem with Unconditional Positive Regard
Parents will identify and understand the term coined by Carl Rogers as Unconditional Positive Regard as a feeling or mindset of accepting others just the way they are and why this is important in their interaction with their children.
What’s on your plate? Making Healthy Choices
Research shows that obesity is at an alarming rate. This is something that can be stopped with education. This course will teach adults how to read labels, the importance of portion control, exercise, water versus sugary drinks, identifying carbohydrates and other nutritional tips. This is sure to give adults awareness as it relates to making healthier eating choices and being a positive role model for their children in regards to food choices; after all you are the one purchasing the food. Coupled with a fun activity on how to make quick healthy smoothies.
Your role as a parent of your child’s school
Do you know how to read the AEIS scores? Do you know where to find information about your school? , do you know what resources are available to you as a parent? Than come to this workshop where you can learn the structure of your child’s school and who to go to for what you need.