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PARENTING IS A JOURNEY

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WORKSHOPS 2021

 

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

Triple P Discussion Group: Hassle Free Shopping with Children - April 15, 8:00-10:00pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

A look at this common time parents have to deal with difficult behavior in public. Discuss step by step strategies to prevent problems and help children to cooperate on shopping trips. Get practical strategies to make shopping tantrum-free (& even fun!). Enrollment is limited to 15 people.

Triple P Seminar: Raising Confident, Competent Children - April 22, 8:00-9:30pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

Six key building blocks children need to do well in life. You can help your child become confident and successful – at school and beyond. Find out ways to encourage them to be respectful and considerate, communicate and get on well with others, feel good about themselves and become independent problem solvers. 

Kids Have Stress Too - April 29, 8:00-10:00pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

Developed by The Psychology Foundation of Canada 

This program helps parents; caregivers understand childhood stress and how to provide children with the tools to deal with stress effectively. It is a broad-based primary prevention program, which provides parents, caregivers, and communities with the knowledge, awareness and skills to help young people become healthier and more resilient through learning how to manage their stress. 

Enrollment is limited to 15 people.

 

Workshops are now being offered through Zoom, in the evenings. 

Everyone is welcome to register and participate!

   FCSS Edmonton, who we receive the funding from to provide our support programs and services, continues to require us to collect data regarding the outcomes of our programs.We would really appreciate your support by providing your feedback, for us to be able to report to FCSS, and to ensure we are able to continue our programming. After you participate in a workshop, please click on the posted link to complete a small survey https://www.123formbuilder.com/form-5496371/
Thank you so much. Your time, efforts and feedback are much appreciated!

   Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions, comments, ideas or if you just want to connect 😊

PAST WORKSHOPS

 

Triple P Discussion Group: Dealing with Fighting and Aggression - April 8, 8:00-10:00pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

Covers skills children need to be able to cooperate, solve problems and get along with others, manage those times when children fight, become aggressive or destructive. Enrollment is limited to 15 people.

Triple P Discussion Group: Dealing with Fighting and Aggression - April 1, 8:00-10:00pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

Covers skills children need to be able to cooperate, solve problems and get along with others; manage those times when children fight, become aggressive or destructive. Enrollment is limited to 15 people.

Strategies for Strong Parenting - March 25, 8:00-9:15pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This seminar explores vital aspects of intentional, responsive parenting that powerfully impact the way children experience their interactions with adults. These strategies help to facilitate effective expectations, encouragement, and discipline.

Thriving Adults = Thriving Kids - March 18, 8:00-9:15pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This seminar focuses on discovering ways to go beyond ‘surviving’ everyday challenges to develop a healthy, thriving approach to life.

Uplifting Children, Part 2 - March 11, 8:00-9:15pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop focuses on practical ways that parents and caregivers can create a positive environment that is based in strong relationships and supports emotional well-being, resilience, and growth across all ages and developmental stages.

Triple P: Raising Resilient Children - March 4, 8:00-9:30pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

How a child’s ability to manage feelings and cope with day to day stresses builds.

Uplifting Children, Part 1 - February 25, 8:00-9:00pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop focuses on practical ways that parents and caregivers can create a positive environment that is based in strong relationships and supports emotional well-being, resilience, and growth across all ages and developmental stages.

Responding to Challenging Behaviours, Part 2 - February 18, 8:00-9:00pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop explores some underlying reasons for challenging behaviors, including behaviors like conflict and aggression. Strategies are explored that recognize and can help to address the underlying reason for a child's behavior, facilitating efforts to move forward in a positive, collaborative manner.

Responding to Challenging Behaviours, Part 1 - February 11, 8:00-9:00pm + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop explores some underlying reasons for challenging behaviors, including behaviors like temper tantrums and power struggles. Strategies are explored that recognize and can help to address the underlying reason for a child's behavior, facilitating efforts to move forward in a positive, collaborative manner.

Emotion Coaching - February 4, 8:00-10:00pm (in partnership with Jasper Place Resource Center)

This workshop looks at 4 different parenting styles and ways we can support young children to understand and express their emotions (frustration, sadness, fear, excitement, tantrums, anger). Enrollment is limited.

Developing Children’s Natural Potential - January 28, 8:00-9:00PM + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop delves into the role of purposeful and responsive parenting that works alongside a child's temperament, personality development, birth order, and learning style.  

Developing Self Control - January 21, 8:00-9:00PM + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop will define and explore the concept of self control and explore how elements such as self esteem, self-efficacy, and locus of control can impact the development of effective self control. 

Developing Self Esteem - January 14, 8:00-9:00PM + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop will define and explore the concept of self esteem and explore how elements such as life experience, external relationships, and self-efficacy can impact the development of healthy self esteem. 

Building Healthy Relationships - January 7, 8:00-9:00PM + time for Q&A (Presenter: Heather Gautreau) 

This workshop explores strategies for balancing unconditional acceptance with accountability, with a focus on effective communication, attachment, bonding, credibility, and growth. The concepts of Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages are also explored, along with strategies for using the love languages to build healthy relationships.

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