Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

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Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

September 14, 15, 16, 19, 20
9am – 12pm PT | 12pm – 3pm ET
via Zoom

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The world is a strange place right now. Adults are struggling to connect, set limits, and hold space for their kids to navigate the challenges that are getting in their way. Parents & caregivers are looking for support and guidance.

They are looking for you.

Course details

Dates and Times

September 14, 15, 16, 19, 20
9am – 12pm PT | 12pm – 3pm ET
Online via Zoom

Live class, attendance is mandatory

Cost

$450 per person

Teaching Parenting The Positive Discipline Way is a two day, in-person workshop designed to support participants in learning all they need to teach the Parenting the Positive Discipline Way curriculum. Developed by Lynn Lott and Jane Nelsen, this program provides a step-by-step approach to starting and leading experientially based parenting groups and classes. This curriculum can stand alone or can offer significant enhancement to other parenting programs; it emphasizes experiential activities that reach the heart to inspire deeper understanding and change.

Grounded in the work of Jane Nelsen and Adlerian Theory, Positive Discipline centers relationship, encouragement and the practice of life skills, with an overarching theme of trusting the process and recognizing mistakes as opportunities to learn and grow.

 

Expectations (PLEASE REVIEW)

Participants will earn their certification by being on time and present to each day of the workshop. This is interactive training, so participants are expected to actively engage in activities and the group.

Following the completion of the course, participants will be Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators and invited to join the Positive Discipline Association.

 

Continuing Education (13 Clock Hours)

The Positive Discipline Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider. ACEP No. 6723.

Learning objectives

  1. Learn research-based effective tools and techniques for teaching parents how to use discipline that is kind and firm at the same time (non-punitive, non-permissive).
  2. Learn how to facilitate a parent class from the position of a non-expert.
  3. Gain practice with experiential exercises that help parents go beyond intellectual understanding to be able to respond in empowering ways that teach children.
  4. Learn how to use materials and activities in group settings, parenting classes, and individual work with families.

Participant materials

  1. Positive Discipline, the book, written by Jane Nelsen
  2. The latest version of the Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way manual
  3. The Positive Discipline Workbook
  4. Positive Discipline Tool Cards

What else you can expect

– Meaningful discussion –
during the course AND outside of the class in our community space

 

– Personal growth –
as you come to understand behavior and learning in a new way

 

– Support –
personal, high touch experience with a facilitator who is invested in your development

Meet your trainers

Casey O’Roarty, M.Ed

Casey is a facilitator of personal growth and development. Her work encourages parents to discover the purpose of their journey, while also providing them with tools and a shift of mindset that allows them to deepen their relationships with themselves and their families. She is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer and certified coach and has led countless groups through workshops and classes that have left them feeling more empowered and excited about parenting. She also offers an engaging podcast, mini summits, live and online classes, and individual coaching. Her first book, Joyful Courage: Calming the Drama and Taking Control of YOUR Parenting Journey was published May 20th, 2019. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her greatest teachers – her husband, and two teenage kids.

Julietta Skoog, Ed.S, MA

Julietta is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer. She has an Ed.S Degree in School Psychology and a Masters Degree in School Counseling from Seattle University with over 20 years experience helping families in schools and homes. She is also the co-founder and early learning expert at Sproutable.

Her expertise includes early child development, autism, learning disabilities, anxiety, and behavior disorders, as well as leading friendship groups and classroom lessons based on Positive Discipline and Social Thinking. Mindfulness is a key foundation in all of her work.

Her popular keynote speeches, classes, and workshops have been described as rejuvenating, motivating, and inspiring. She has learned the most from her own three children.

Purchase

Teaching Parenting
the Positive Discipline Way

Single ticket

$450 USD