Do you wish you had more patience with your children?
Do you nag, scold or punish more than you would like?
Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?
Positive Parenting is an informative and fun course for parents and all adults who care for and about children. The content is based on both research and the experience of thousands of parents who have worked with instructor, Ruth Ettenberg Freeman, over almost three decades.
The dates of the workshop are February 6, 13, 20, 27 and March 6, 13 with March 20 reserved as a snow date and will take place upstairs in Hall Memorial Library. All workshops are on a Thursday evening and each one will have a different theme covering topics such as discipline methods, methods of communication, parenting styles, how to increase cooperation and deepen connections in the family. Attendance is not required for all the workshops but is encouraged.
Child care is offered. Both the workshops and child care are free, however seats are filling up. To reserve your spot for the workshop and child care, please contact Ellington Youth Services at 860-870-3130 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Ruth's website at www.positiveparentingct.com or catch her blog right here on Patch.