Group Workshops

Fed up of 

  • yelling and shouting? 

  • kids who won't listen? 

  • having no ideas for how to stop a tantrum?

  • sibling rivalry?

  • the hitting and biting? 


If you're ready to sign up, see below for what's currently on offer. 

 

As well as the 7 week programme, I regularly offer free 'Introduction' workshops, which are aimed at parents of pre-schoolers, primary children and teens.

 

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If you can't see a class below, contact me for information about the next one. 

What previous workshop participants have said 

  • Under 5s Parenting Workshops - series of 7 (May/June)
    Under 5s Parenting Workshops - series of 7 (May/June)
    17 May, 20:30 – 22:30 CEST
    Interactive Zoom workshops
    A 14 hour course to set you up for life!
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  • How to get your kids to listen to you?
    How to get your kids to listen to you?
    26 May, 20:30 – 22:30 CEST
    Online, Interactive Workshop
    Fed up of those morning battles, or kids that just ignore you? Wonder why they stand and stare when you've told them what to do? We have the answers!
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  • Positive Discipline Workshops - series of 6 online (Sept/Oct 2021)
    Positive Discipline Workshops - series of 6 online (Sept/Oct 2021)
    16 Sep, 20:00 – 22:30 CEST
    Interactive Online workshops
    Come join me for the full series of Parenting workshops, online, in September and October, on Thursday evenings. 6 slightly longer sessions to fit it all in before half-term!
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Upcoming Workshops

What happens in the workshops?

 

In the parenting programme, we meet for 14 hours, spread over anything from 2 days to 7 weekly sessions. 7 sessions is the most usual format (especially as anything longer than that is hard work on Zoom), so this video break it down that way.

Each time, we have a warm up/ice-breaker activity, and talk about our reading homework (generally, one person gives us a summary).

There's always some teaching time, and several role-play activities. We can sometimes feel a bit silly role-playing a child (or a cross parent!) but it helps you to better understand how the child is feeling, what they are thinking, and what they are deciding (about their parent, or what they want to do). And once you understand that, it helps to bring about transformation in your parenting style.

Each session also includes a 'parents helping parents' - one parent explains a recurring problematic situation in their family, and once we've tried to work out what the mistaken goal is, we role-play and then brainstorm solutions. The parent goes home with all the solutions, and comes back next week to tell us which one(s) they've put in place, and how it went.

If you'd like to know more, go watch a video here