Why take an Active Parenting class? Hear what these parents have to say!
Parents were all teenagers once. Even though you have personal experience of being a teen, the world today is entirely different than the one you were raised in. With an increase in social media use, mental health issues, and isolation, you and your teen are navigating new waters. You are not alone with the problems you’re experiencing with your teenager, and there is help for you!
Do you know what your parenting style is? One of the best ways to connect with your pre-teen or teen is to have an understanding of how you approach things. Take this Parenting Quiz to get learn your parenting style.
Learn how to teach your teenager responsibility and respect, discover the most effective ways to discipline your teenager, and most importantly find out how to communicate with your teenager to develop a healthy, and mutually satisfying relationship. Get the tools you need to help your teenager succeed in this world!
There is a temptation for co-parents to triangulate their teen into a conflict between the co-parents. Bringing children, even teenagers, into the conflict that happens between two divorced parents can be damaging to a teenager’s self-esteem. Co-parents can benefit from this workshop by learning how to attend to their teenager’s needs as opposed to depending on the teenager to take care of the parent’s needs.
This workshop is intended for parents or co-parents of pre-teens and teens who want to enhance their relationship with their teen, learn how to encourage their teen in a world full of negative influences and discouragement and achieve cooperation and mutual respect. Please complete the form if you are interested in being considered for the group. Space is limited. This information will be kept private and confidential as it is virtually stored in our HIPAA-compliant email system through Google Suites. Register now for one of a workshop!
Discussion Topics: In each class, we will discuss a new topic that impacts how you communicate with, relate to, and discipline your teenager.
- Teen development
- Achieving mutual respect
- Communication skills and communication blocks
- Discipline methods
- Building courage and self-esteem
- Handling power struggles
- Reducing the risks of drugs, sexuality, and violence
Class Format: The class incorporates video presentation, teaching from a professional, practice using workbooks, and group discussion. Check out the Table of Contents and review a portion of the Active Parenting of Teens sample parent book.
Who is this Workshop For? Any parent of pre-teens or teens is welcome to attend this skills-based class, as the topics covered apply to all families. While this class is not intended to be a replacement for therapy, it is highly recommended for parents whose child is in therapy. Some of the topics covered include:
Facilitator: Kristi Spence, LMFT
This investment in your family for the 2-day workshop is a total of $325.00 (this price includes the $25.00 cost of the required parent workbook). This investment equals $50 per hour for each session. Each day of the workshop must be paid in full at the beginning of each day ($150 for Jan 23; $150 for Jan 30).
The cost of the workshop includes you and a support person (spouse, co-parent, friend, etc.). It is both optional and free to bring one support person to each session.
How Do I Register?
To register, complete the Google Form below: