Resolving Power Struggles With Our Children
Date(s) - Feb 24, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Langley CCRR - online
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Do you struggle with a child who refuses to listen? Dawdles getting ready? Refuses to get a diaper change or use the potty? Won’t take “no” for an answer?
It’s tough enough raising kids, but when they are strong-willed and defiant, the job is that much more difficult. In this presentation, Alyson will help parents understand how we get into power struggles with our kids and guide us through a 4 -step process to move from conflict to co-operation. Using memorable props and relatable examples, she’ll provide strategies and tools that you can put to use right away to restore peace and calm in the family.
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Acclaimed Parenting Expert Alyson Schafer is an internationally acclaimed parenting expert, family counsellor, and bestselling author. Audiences can count on Alyson to inspire and transform lives. Armed with years of research, clinical and field experience, Alyson provides a fresh and positive understanding of family dynamics along with actionable solutions that will give parents the skills and confidence needed to face modern life challenges. The end goal is to raise resilient, caring, and capable kids. Alyson is a frequent contributor on most national media outlets and has also been featured in such notable publications as Cosmopolitan, Real Simple, Parent Magazine, Reader’s Digest, The Washington Post, and more. Alyson also shares her wisdom weekly as the resident expert columnist for Huffpost Parents Canada, and previously hosted TV’s The Parenting Show for eight seasons. A professional member of the National Speakers Association, Alyson is often called on by big brands for her insights into family life, and she has worked with many notable companies, including the Bank of Montreal, Huggies, Kijiji, Kelloggs, Facebook, Labatts, and more. Please share with this amazing opportunity with your daycare parents.