1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Saturday, September 20, 2014
Mar Vista Public Library, 12006 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90066
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As parents in the 21st century, we are often stuck with parenting practices rooted in the distant past. Some of them may be good, others may be good in the short-term only, and some may be actually harmful.
In this class we will learn about the origins of the practice of time-outs, about the dangers of using them as punishment and discover another application of time-outs: a powerful soothing practice applicable to both children and adults, including spouses!
Help your child build resilience in the face of intense emotions and difficult situations, all the while preserving their trust and strengthening your relationship.
The class will be presented in English by Andrei Andreev, Certified Nonviolent Parenting Educator.
Childcare: 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.
Parenting 101 is a series of classes providing parents with healthy and practical everyday solutions. We look at real-life situations through the perspective of contemporary science-based parenting approaches.