8.12.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

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Your older child was so excited about the new baby. But now that your baby has arrived, he is uncooperative and sometimes acts like a baby, himself. Meanwhile, you're trying to control your youngest as she starts to throw tantrums and learns the word "no." 

This scenario is all too common, but there are simple tools you can use to increase your children's compliance and decrease your stress. 

Participants will be able to: 

  • Understand why your kids are acting up in this way
  • Create routines that prevent challenging behaviors
  • Promote cooperative relationships between your baby and everyone else in the family
  • Implement easy, everyday practices that make for a peaceful home

Course Lessons

Your older child was so excited about the new baby. But now that your baby has arrived, he is uncooperative and sometimes acts like a baby, himself. Meanwhile, you’re trying to control your youngest as she starts to throw tantrums and learns the word “no.” 

This scenario is all too common, but there are simple tools you can use to increase your children’s compliance and decrease your stress. 

Participants will be able to: 

  • Understand why your kids are acting up in this way
  • Create routines that prevent challenging behaviors
  • Promote cooperative relationships between your baby and everyone else in the family
  • Implement easy, everyday practices that make for a peaceful home

Husky Health: Talking with Teens

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Studies show that youth who feel they can talk with their parents are less likely to engage in risky behaviors such as promiscuity, using substances, violence, etc. Talking isn’t lecturing and this class will strengthen your listening as well as talking skills in ways that will help protect your teens and maybe even save your sanity.

Course Lessons

Studies show that youth who feel they can talk with their parents are less likely to engage in risky behaviors such as promiscuity, using substances, violence, etc. Talking isn’t lecturing and this class will strengthen your listening as well as talking skills in ways that will help protect your teens and maybe even save your sanity.

Support the Social Emotional Health of Gifted Students (Educator)

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Many educators assume that gifted students are more capable than their peers of handling social emotional challenges. That is not always the case. Gifted students can also struggle with anxiety, depression, and social difficulties. Families can help their children by strengthening social emotional skills. 

After this class educators will be able to:

  • Understand the relationship between parents’ social emotional health and children’s.
  • Help youth address mental health and trauma
  • Use mindfulness to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Give youth the skills to make and keep friends

Course Lessons

Many educators assume that gifted students are more capable than their peers of handling social emotional challenges. That is not always the case. Gifted students can also struggle with anxiety, depression, and social difficulties. Families can help their children by strengthening social emotional skills. 

After this class educators will be able to:

  • Understand the relationship between parents’ social emotional health and children’s.
  • Help youth address mental health and trauma
  • Use mindfulness to reduce stress, anxiety, and depression
  • Give youth the skills to make and keep friends

CVS Sibling Connections: Help Young Children Connect in Positive Ways

Lesson Details

Your older child was so excited about the new baby. But now that your baby has arrived, he is uncooperative and sometimes acts like a baby, himself. Meanwhile, you're trying to control your youngest as she starts to throw tantrums and learns the word "no." 

This scenario is all too common, but there are simple tools you can use to increase your children's compliance and decrease your stress. 

Participants will be able to: 

  • Understand why your kids are acting up in this way
  • Create routines that prevent challenging behaviors
  • Promote cooperative relationships between your baby and everyone else in the family
  • Implement easy, everyday practices that make for a peaceful home

Course Lessons

Your older child was so excited about the new baby. But now that your baby has arrived, he is uncooperative and sometimes acts like a baby, himself. Meanwhile, you’re trying to control your youngest as she starts to throw tantrums and learns the word “no.” 

This scenario is all too common, but there are simple tools you can use to increase your children’s compliance and decrease your stress. 

Participants will be able to: 

  • Understand why your kids are acting up in this way
  • Create routines that prevent challenging behaviors
  • Promote cooperative relationships between your baby and everyone else in the family
  • Implement easy, everyday practices that make for a peaceful home

CVS Power of Playfulness: Motivate Cooperation & Learning

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We are built to reflect each other's emotions. When children display intense feelings and behaviors, our brains naturally reflect those. We start to feel stressed, angry, or overwhelmed just like our kids. Join us and learn practical tools to help you be a calm center for your family. 

Young children thrive in calm and playful families. Play is the best way to help your child learn and grow. It strengthens the parent-child connection, your child’s love of learning, and enthusiasm for life. Play builds social skills and improves cooperation.  We’ll offer a hands-on opportunity to play with your children at this class, including individual coaching and discussion with our trainers.

After this class, you will be able to: 

  • Apply simple calming strategies to use every day and during challenging times
  • Recognize the ways play helps your child grow, connect and cooperate
  • Apply every day, simple ways of engaging in happy and meaningful play with your child

Course Lessons

We are built to reflect each other’s emotions. When children display intense feelings and behaviors, our brains naturally reflect those. We start to feel stressed, angry, or overwhelmed just like our kids. Join us and learn practical tools to help you be a calm center for your family. 

Young children thrive in calm and playful families. Play is the best way to help your child learn and grow. It strengthens the parent-child connection, your child’s love of learning, and enthusiasm for life. Play builds social skills and improves cooperation.  We’ll offer a hands-on opportunity to play with your children at this class, including individual coaching and discussion with our trainers.

After this class, you will be able to: 

  • Apply simple calming strategies to use every day and during challenging times
  • Recognize the ways play helps your child grow, connect and cooperate
  • Apply every day, simple ways of engaging in happy and meaningful play with your child

CVS Will Working Harm My Attachment with My Baby?

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Many parents worry that being separated from their baby during the day will harm their relationship. This flash class will share research about childcare attachment, and how you can optimize you and your baby’s daily interactions and routines to promote a secure attachment.

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Many parents worry that being separated from their baby during the day will harm their relationship. This flash class will share research about childcare attachment, and how you can optimize you and your baby’s daily interactions and routines to promote a secure attachment.

Reflective Practice in Action to Elicit Deeper Understanding Phase 2

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Strength the Home-School Connection: Academic and Personal Goals Phase 2

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