Helping Your Kids Be All They Can Be!
Two repeat sessions will be offered.
Strength-based practice is an emerging approach to raising children that is exceptionally positive and inspiring. Its focus is on strength-building vs. flaw-fixing. What your kids do right vs. what they do wrong.
This uplifting presentation will present some of the key features of this transformative approach to child-raising.
• What is strength-based parenting?
• The effect of positive emotions on the brain
• How to help your kids develop positive mindsets and grit
• The deleterious effects of pejorative labeling
• Strategies of enhancing your children’s self-esteem
• Innovative self-management strategies for kids
• Relationship-based limit setting
• Strategies for managing number one, first (How to respond instead of reacting to your kids)
Instructor: Charlie Applestein
4/23/18 @ 6:00-8:30, Bettendorf AEA
4/24/18 @ 6:00-8:30, Clinton AEA
To register for the daytime workshop, No Such Thing as a Bad Kid, click here.
To learn more about Charlie Applestein, click here.
Up to 7.5 hours CEUs available at no cost based on signed attendance log; not for teacher or paraeducator relicensure credit.
Registrants are responsible for verifying the appropriateness of workshop content from their licensing organization. Certificate of completion will be given upon completion of the workshop/course.