A workshop on positive discipline is a great way to learn how to talk to your children. The workshop, based on a popular book, teaches parents how to use effective strategies to create a more respectful relationship with their children. The workshop includes two books and six one-hour sessions. Eight to ten caregivers will be needed for a full class.
Tools for Parenting is a workshop that teaches you how to talk to kids so they listen. This 8-class series will teach you concrete parenting skills, including how to engage their cooperation while still maintaining a loving atmosphere. You’ll learn how to discipline without hurting, establish a positive self-image, and help foster a positive family atmosphere. A workbook is provided to participants after paying for the workshop.
How to Talk so kids will listen is a 30-year-old book written by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish. The authors cover 30 specific skills, including the importance of demonstrating respect. The book offers practical, but firm, advice for all situations. The workshop helps parents have a better relationship and more productive relationships with their children. And the best part is the workshop kit is self-contained, so you can run it yourself or with the help of a professional trainer.