No time to come to a parenting workshop?
Live too far away from our site? No babysitter?
Then join us in a virtual meeting room from the comfort of
your own home for our next FREE Live Online Parenting Class:
A Core of Confidence:
The Two Pillars of Self-Esteem
There is no greater gift we can give to our children than high self-esteem, which is the cornerstone of their success personally, academically, and behaviorally. But fostering it in your children takes more than simply telling them how great they are. In this course, you will learn the skills to nurture a deep sense of self-worth and capability in your children.
Please join us for this lively discussion that will include presentations as well as interactive exercises. You will have the opportunity to share with other parents your stories and issues related to self-esteem.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
9:00 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. EST
Free of Charge
Check back in early July to register.
If you have any questions, call us at 215-657-5720 or
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Here is what parents who have attended our online parenting workshops have to say:
“Please offer more online classes. I am a single parent, so it is very hard for me to get out at night. Being able to attend a class from home is so convenient. You gave great information on the slides and your answers to our questions were excellent – it felt like we were together in person! You were very encouraging, and it helped to know that other people in the ‘room’ were in the same boat with their kids and their questions.”
“Allow me to say how wonderful these online programs are. Your programs are fantastic, but because I have a small child at home, I can’t always attend workshops held at the ParentingCenter site. So this is the perfect solution!!”
“I loved the on-line program. I live a distance from the Parenting Center so it is hard for me to get out at night to go to the workshops. It was so convenient to be able to get the information from my own home. The program felt very similar to the actual workshops I have attended at the Center. I was able to get the same amount of information and I even felt that I got to know some of the other parents who were also on-line for the program.”
“I appreciate any and all programs in this on-line format. As a single parent, it is difficult for me to get out at night. Being able to participate from my own home really affords me the opportunity to attend the sessions.”
“Thanks so much for offering these online workshops. This is my 2nd one and I enjoy the convenience and information! The presentation was great. It is an awesome thing you are doing!”
“I really liked the interactiveness of the seminar. It was nicely paced and gave us so many opportunities to hear what other parents think. By posting our ideas in the chat area and by doing the exercises on the white board, I feel like I learned so much. It really made me think about how I can use all the information at home with my children.”
“This was my first experience taking an online class – it was easy and fun, and I learned so much. Thank you so much for doing these programs!”
Past online events include:
Creating An Attitude of Gratitude in the “Entitled” Generation
Building Character, Confidence and Self-Esteem in Your Children
“You’re So Mean – I Hate You” – Taming the Anger Monster in Children
Setting the Stage for Discipline That Works
The Right Attitude for Discipline That Works
Truths About Consequences
Using Rules for Discipline That Works
Working Together: The Skill of Problem Exploration
All Kids are One of a Kind: Understanding Temperament
Limit Setting for Toddlers
“M-O-M! He’s Looking at Me!” Coping with Sibling Rivalry
Riding the Waves of the Teen Years
Parents from all over the United States, Canada, and even Asia have been in attendance. We hope you will join us at our next free online parenting class presentation.