April 18, 2-4pm
Have you ever had bedtime aggravations? Is dinnertime at your house a nightmare? Do you find yourself yelling at your child(ren) and then wondering if there is a better way? Parents (and teachers) are often looking for ways to assist them in relationships with children, but for the most part most just don’t know what to do other than what is familiar to them from their own childhood. With these thoughts in mind it leaves one wondering what to do. Don’t fret, there is an answer- and it can be found in a method called Positive Discipline. According to their website, “Positive Discipline is a program designed to teach young people to become responsible, respectful and resourceful members of their communities.” Based on the books written by Dr. Jane Nelsen and others it can be utilized by parents and teachers for teaching life skills, communication skills and social skills, and it “is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and adults.”
Dana McCabe, a Certified Positive Discipline Instructor and Certified Montessori Teacher, is the mother of 2 young adults and has been working with preschool aged children for over 30 years. $35 up to two from same household! TELL OTHERS - MINIMUM ATTENDANCE REQUIRED.
To register, visit http://www.inspiredabq.com
or call 232-2772.