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Parenting The Positive Discipline Way SAFE Workshop

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Posted: Monday, January 6, 2020 2:32 pm

SAFE is offering a seven session parenting workshop Parenting the Positive Discipline Way on Thursdays at Crown Hall at the Early Childhood Development Center, 199 Sixth Street, beginning Jan. 16. Sessions will go from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

The Parenting the Positive Discipline Way workshop will be led by Lauren Oppenheimer, MSW, PPSC and certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. The workshop will focus on understanding and responding to misbehaviors with loving guidance, teaching children life skills and values, building effective communication between all family members. There will be discussions on understanding the latest research in child brain development, avoiding bedtime hassles, and how to learn effective ways to handle sibling rivalry. The workshop will be based on the book “Positive Discipline” by Jane Nelson, parents learn how to teach self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation and the belief that they are capable Through experiential activities, parents will learn how to parent from a positive discipline approach.

The cost for the workshop is $210 per person, $300 for two people and scholarship and payment plans are available.

For more information, visit CoronadoSAFE.org or call 619-522-6884. Register before Jan.13.

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