During the 6 session course, you can learn valuable solutions to common problems that you can use straight away:
Session 1 Putting an End to Arguing, Backtalk and Begging
During this session you will learn how to never again get pulled into an unwinnable argument, why this is such an important skill and the importance of relationships
Session 2 Teaching Responsibilty Without Losing Their Love and Respect
Here we'll be helping our children to learn from their mistakes rather than repeating them, what to do when we can't think of a logical consequence to their behaviour or poor choice and how to discipline our children without losing their love and respect.
Session 3 Setting Limits Without Waging War
Parents learn the secret to setting enforceable limits, teach their kids to listen the first time they ask, a very powerful techniquefor young children and more ideas for taking good care of themselves. Most parents find this session really powerful,especially when trying to implement healthy and reasonable control of technology/ipads, social media, video games/Xbox etc
Session 4 Avoiding Power Struggles
Building on previously learned techniques, during this session parents can learn how to avoid un-winnable power-struggles,maintain healthy control over our homes, help kids learn to resist peer pressure and other temptations. During this session we also measure the effectiveness of the course so far and add additional materials if necessary.
Session 5 Guiding Kids to Own and Solve Their Own Problems
Parents learn the essential skill of how to guide their children to own and solve their own problems; a generic technique which can help in many different situations; why this gives the gifts of self esteem and personal responsibility, what to say when they encounter bullying and other tough problems and other techniques for helping our children at school.
Session 6 Teaching Kids to Complete Chores...Without Reminders and Without Pay
This final session delivers steps for getting resistant kids to do chores, what to do if they refuse to do them or forget, why chores help kids to feel loved and needed, why it is better to call chores "contributions" and other ways we can raise happy and responsible kids.