Positive Discipline & Self-esteem

$35 CDN

Course Date(s)
Starts: Tuesday, January 31 & Tuesday February 7 (2 consecutive weeks), 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Location: 35 Lytton Blvd., Toronto (off of Duplex Ave.) at Eglinton St. Georges United Church

*Special Price

Register for both Classes and save 20%. Register with your partner, and save 60%.

That's a $55 savings!

What you'll learn:

    Class 1: Positive Approaches to Discipline & Child Behaviour (January 31)

  • Why children behave the way they do
  • Deal with whining, tantrums, and eating issues more effectively
  • Tools to stop the dawdling and power struggles
  • Learn helpful responses that will encourage more positive behaviour and cooperation
    • Class 2: Encouragement and Self-esteem (February 7)

    • How Praise can lead to underachievement
    • The Top 10 Encouragement Skills
    • Improve self-reliance and autonomy

    Go home with: Handouts, practical tools, and solutions for day-to-day parenting challenges.

    Led by Doone Estey & Beverley Cathcart-Ross

    Co-hosted with Embracing Parenting - Tots, Tykes, Teens & In Between! A community initiative of Eglinton St. George's United Church


What parents have to say...

“This course is one of the most worthwhile things I have done in a long, long time. I feel equipped to do a much better job as a parent - armed with both theories and practical methods. Both my son and husband feel the difference in our day-to-day lives, and we're arguing less and enjoying each other more. ” Mom of a preteen

“This course has made more of a difference than you could imagine. It's so logical - I am a disciple! ” Kathleen Taylor, RBC Chair

“It's day four of the new morning routine and Mike and I are thrilled with the results. Both our girls (9 & 7 years old) now have their own alarms and have embraced their new independence wholeheartedly. In fact, they are getting up 1/2 an hour earlier than they used to, are done and ready to go with some free time left to do homework or watch tv. They love it and I haven't had to tell them to hurry up or nag them to do anything! This is great progress. Thank you Beverley!” Jerel Henry

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