Building a Positive Parenting Practice (virtual program)
October 4 @ 7:30 pm
Does parenting your toddler, preschooler, or elementary-age child feel more frustrating than fun? Struggle with setting boundaries, getting your child to listen, or just deciphering where their needs end and yours begin? We’ll help you understand why, and how to make parenting more effective and enjoyable. Join child development expert Dr. Sarah Davis and parenting thought leader Evie Granville, M.Ed., to build your positive parenting practice. Evie and Sarah make positive parenting accessible to everyone through their Parenting Personality Framework. Between Zoom sessions, stay connected with Evie and Sarah, and other program participants, in a private social platform you can visit from your computer or phone. Use the platform to ask questions and engage in discussion about weekly topics. Join the program parents call “life-changing” and build your parenting skills, support system, and confidence.
Natural & Logical Consequences
Building a Self-Care Practice
The Strengths & Struggles of Your Parenting Personality
Special Time & Your Emotional Connection
Boundaries & Listening
Instructors: Dr. Sarah Davis & Evie Granville, M. Ed.
Dr. Sarah Davis and Evie Granville, M.Ed., are parent educators, authors, researchers, best friends, and moms to seven young kids between their two families. They have helped parents around the globe to discover how their parenting personality impacts their relationship with their child, relationships with other adults, and their self-image. Please reach out for more information: Website: evieandsarah.com
You will receive a Zoom link in advance of the class, please provide email in registration.
Wednesdays, 10/4-11/29 (no class 11/22) from 7:30-8:30pm (10/18 and 11/8 class start time at 8:00pm)