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Attend "Redirecting Children's Behavior," Eight-Week Parenting Workshop in Oakland Beginning March 4
Redirecting Children's Behavior is an 8-week parenting workshop for parents and professionals working with children ages toddler to teen. It teaches parenting skills to reduce arguing, scolding and yelling. Next session begins March 4, 2014.
The workshop teaches parenting techniques that help to:
-Reduce arguing, scolding, reminding and yelling
-Feel positive about parenting skills
-Promote change in your children's behavior
-Promote agreement on discipline with your spouse
The parenting techniques that are learned help children to gain:
-Self responsibility and good decision making skills
-Enhanced self esteem
-Self motivation and initiative
-Cooperation skills and successful attitudes
-Resistance to peer pressure
The dates for the next Redirecting Children's Behavior series at The Renaissance International School are:
Tuesdays, March 4 to April 29, 2014. No class on April 15.
The workshop is held at The Renaissance International School at 3618 Dimond Avenue, Oakland.
The fee for the workship is:
$125 per (1) parent of The Renaissance International School community
$175 per couple of The Renaissance International School community
$299 per (1) guest parent
$495 per two guest parents
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 510-531-8566.
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