Friday, September 9, 2016
Parenting Teens with Positive Discipline
This 15 hour class covers adolescent brain development and tools to increase respect and decrease stress in your home.
Are you challenged by media battles, disrespectful behavior, homework problems etc.?
Learn about the developmental changes of adolescence as well as how to:
- Reduce power struggles
- Understand the belief behind the behavior
- Teach recovery and repair around mistakes
- Help teens achieve self-discipline and problem solving skills
- Raise teens who are responsible, respectful and resourceful
- Create an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual respect in your home
- Be more effective as a parent and have fun in the process.
For parents who want more cooperative, respectful, and joyful relationships with their teens
October 6 - November 10; 7-10pm
UW Family Residence Medicine Offices, Northgate
Facilitator: Sahara Pirie, CPDLT
5 sessions Thursdays, October 6, 13, 20, 27; November 10 from 7-10pm
UW Family Medicine Residency Offices, 331 NE Thornton Place, Seattle 98125
$150 per person or $225 per couple; materials included.
Space limited; first come, first served. Use form below, or contact Sahara Pirie at 206-546-4142 or firstname.lastname@example.org