RCB Course Description
A Democratic Approach
In our fast-paced society, adults and children spend much of their time in separate environments. We all want to make the most of the time we have together, however, it can become difficult for us to give of ourselves or get what we want from our relationships.
You can have the kind of relationship with your children you have dreamed of, and you can help them develop skills to become loving, motivated and successful adults.
This course meets for three-hour sessions for 5 weeks. Classes meet one day a week.
Understanding the child's personality
Learn to manage stress
Reducing sibling rivalry and competition
How to stop fights/ Using action-not-words
Developing healthy self-concepts
Promoting cooperation and helpfulness
Develop an effective parenting style
Teaching self-motivation and self-management
Building high self-esteem
Minimize power struggles
What to do when a child is hurtful
Intervention and corrective measures that work
What to do when a child demands attention
Using natural and logical consequences
How to handle and express feelings
Punishment and reward vs. "Redirecting"
"Redirecting" in the family
Promoting agreement for couples
Working together as parents
Keeping a good thing going
Effective family communication
Courses are held in various locations around the Washington, DC area and virtually. Check out our schedule of upcoming courses. Or contact us to set up a course, workshop or series to offer directly to your group, school or organization.