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When Love Doesn’t Conquer All – Full Day Workshop

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Who should attend:

This workshop is for individuals that attended the prior 1⁄2 day workshops and those that have not attended before. Mr. Kling will start from the beginning providing a review for those that have participated before and a full program to those that have not.

The Workshop:

LEAD and SpeakUp! are hosting this class to provide effective, concrete techniques for families with children and adolescents that experience behavioral problems. Jim Kling will discuss practical applications of techniques that can be used to create environments of mutual respect and cooperation with effective rules, responsibilities and consequences.

Skill that will be taught include: ways for kids to calm themselves during crises, how to effectively disengage without making things worse, effective consequences that will make real changes, and how to get kids to do chores and clean their rooms with little effort on the parents part.

If you are a parent who feels like you are frequently walking on eggshells or that you provoke rude and disrespectful responses from children; this workshop is for you. Come learn what you can do to establish a healthy, respectful, cooperative and fun relationship with your child/children.

The Speaker:

Mr. Kling’s Fair but Firm program is designed to work with children and youth experiencing behavioral problems such as disrespect, defiance, and an ongoing refusal to comply with instructions from parents or teachers. I

This session will address interacting with children of all ages. To register for the workshop go to www.leadingefforts.org/kling. Cost is $75 per individual or $125 for a couple.

Click here to download the flyer.

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