Parenting Support Group Ages 6-12yo

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What is “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent”?

Every parents dream is to raise children that are responsible, respectful and productive citizens of the future. The struggle to achieve this can be a confusing, frustrating, stressful and overwhelming task with the challenges of technology, bullying, drugs and alcohol, sexual promiscuity, etc that exist today.

“Becoming a Love and Logic Parent” teaches parents how to hold their child accountable through empathy, understanding and love in a stress free way. The outcome is emotionally well adjusted, self confident, responsible children and a positive parenting experience viewed as the ‘good guy’. What a gift to both child and parent!

Session #1  Dates: JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2020
Every Friday- 6 weeks – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
1/10/2020, 1/17/2020, 1/24/2020
1/31/2020, 2/7/2020, 2/14/2019
(Session 1 sign-up deadline Wednesday 1/8/2020)

  • Workbook, handouts and completion certificate included
  • Individual Consultation session available upon request

This “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent” is a 6 week class, taught in 2 hour sessions, provides effective skills and techniques that can be utilized immediately, which will strengthen parental bonds and begin the process of change resulting in a more relaxed, positive style of parenting style.  “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent” parenting skills are taught through watching & discussing videos, doing workbook exercises, role-play, problem solving with class members, and practice of skills learned on your own kids. Lets have fun in a supportive way, learn to apply new effective skills and watch as transformation occurs.

  • Class Objectives
    Four Steps of Teaching Responsibility, Give Control Through Choice, Guide your Child to Problem Solving and related parenting style,
    Decision Making and Limit Setting foster thinking opportunities, Empathy and Consequences are teaching vehicles
  • Behaviors Addressed
    Arguments, Wining & Power Struggles, Structured bed time, Chore completion
    Eliminate the need for constant reminders

Kalli Kontos is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW-R) with over 20 years experience as a psychotherapist and educator. She is an Independent Facilitator of “Becoming a Love and Logic Parent” Workshop.

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