1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Saturday, July 26 2014
Mar Vista Public Library, 12006 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
Raising a child is a long-term project which takes close to two decades. During these two decades a parent will make thousands important decisions, often in a hurry and without sufficient information. It is important that we stop to evaluate our vision and progress and set goals which can guide us along the way.
In this 2-hour parenting class you will have the opportunity to look at your long-term intentions as a parent and define practical steps which will help you achieve it through. We will discuss the core priorities of day-to-day parenting and how to keep them aligned with our long-term vision.
Presented in English by Andrei Andreev, Certified Nonviolent Parent Educator.
Note: feel free to bring your child to the class space as long as their presence does not disrupt the presentation. The library does not provide childcare.