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Positive Collaborative Parenting
October 7 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT$95
Become the parent you want to be
The intent of this course is to give parents the skills they need to raise confident, healthy children and to build stronger family relationships. The focus will be on helping parents manage behaviour and prevent problems occurring in the first place.
This 6-week course draws on the best evidence-based research that looks at how to take a positive approach to parenting children aged 0 to 6 years old. This course will combine Triple P Parenting and Collaborative Problem Solving. Topics covered include: Positive Parenting, Parenting Styles, Motivation, Collaborative Problem Solving.
Positive Collaborative Parenting can help you
- Encourage behaviour you like
- Reduce challenging behaviour
- Help your child build their thinking skills
- Become more confident as a parent
- Learn more about parenting
- How to better understand your child
Is this for you?
Parenting is tricky. If it seems like your child is refusing, arguing or having meltdowns all the time or if you wish you knew more about how to deal with challenging behaviours, this is the course for you.
What is a discussion group?
Positive Collaborative Parenting Groups are short, small group sessions that offer practical advice on parenting. Each session brings together small groups of parents. In a relaxed group setting Dr, Gail will provide strategies for dealing with problem behaviours. You’ll see short video clips of parents using positive parenting strategies. You will be sent take home materials to help you try out your new strategies at home.
An internet connection is required to participate in this course. After you register online, you will be sent the log-in details.
Format: 6 live online Zoom sessions.
Date: Wednesdays Oct 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov 4, 11 (COURSE POSTPONED TO 2021, new dates TBD)
Cost: $95 per family
Registration closes 11:30pm on Sept 30. Course is subject to minimum registration.
About Dr Gail Krivel-Zacks
A Registered Clinical Counsellor, Dr. Gail received her doctorate in Educational Psychology and Special Education from the University of British Columbia.
Dr. Gail has dedicated her career to directly helping children and adolescents thrive in their unique has worked in elementary schools and in faculties of education at the University of British Columbia andVancouver Island University. She most recently has been the coordinator of the Master of Special Education program at Vancouver Island University.
Dr. Gail has presented workshops on behavioural assessment, prosocial development and parenting at national and international conferences.