SECRETS TO PARENTING THE STRONG-WILLED CHiLD : 5 WEEK CLINICALLY PROVEN WORKSHOP
A Five Week Clinically Proven Workshop for Parents and Caregivers of Children Ages 4 – 11
Example of TOPICS COVERED IN WORKSHOP
• Teaching your child to listen to you (the first time you ask!)
• Discipline(that really works!)
• Back talk
• Bedtime struggles
• Morning struggles
• Sibling Rivalry
Dr. Pam McCaskill has been teaching and refining this workshop, based on scientifically-supported techniques of behavior modification, for the past 20 years. This “Best of the Best” workshop is a compilation of parenting techniques and strategies that have been tried, tested, and proven by parents of strong-willed children.
These strategies really work! You will see a dramatic improvement in your child’s behavior and the home environment by the end of the 5 week session.
In this workshop, parents and caregivers of strong-willed children (including those with ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, and disruptive behavior disorders) will learn new methods for improving a child’s behavior and self-esteem. The children become better behaved and happier and parents become more effective and self-confident.
There are very few professional resources in a small group format for parents of strong-willed young children. The group process allows for an enriching setting in which parents can discuss their individual concerns and struggles and get advice from an expert in the field. The participants form a supportive environment and the group format makes attending the workshop financially possible for some families that may not otherwise be able to afford individual psychotherapy with a Licensed Psychologist. Most importantly, the child’s behavior and self-esteem will improve via consistent application of the techniques presented in the course and parents will be more effective and self-confident.
DATES OF NEXT WORKSHOP:
To see if there is still space available and to register, please contact us at:
734-416-9098, Ext. 1 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org