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Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!®

 CHRISTIAN FAMILY CARE AGENCY

Presents: 

America’s Most Practical and Entertaining Parent Training … 

Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!® 

A five-week parent training program designed by the Love and Logic® Institute, Inc. 

Creating Happy Families and Responsible Kids

From Birth to Six Years

NEXT CLASS OFFERED

Sept 17th – Oct 15th

Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm

at

Christian Family Care Agency

3603 N. 7th Ave., Phoenix, AZ

Fees:  $100 per individual / $150 per couple

Plus a one-time $10 materials fee

 Call DeAnna Wahlheim at (602) 234-1935 to register


Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!®

HAVE YOU EVER WISHED YOUR

CHILDREN CAME WITH AN OWNER’S MANUAL?

Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!® will allow you to be a more confident and effective parent.

This five-week parent training program will help you have:

  • toddlers who go to bed the first time
  • tots that learn whining and arguing doesn’t work
  • meals without the battles
  • discipline without losing their love
  • great comebacks all parents need to know
  • youngsters that grow to be safe, smart, confident teens
  • and so much more 

WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO START USING LOVE AND LOGIC?

It’s never too early or too late for parents to begin using the Love and Logic techniques. Of course the best time to start using Love and Logic is before the infant can walk. Even if children don’t understand spoken language, they do grasp the general ideas of what we say to them. No matter what the age of the child, the best time to start Love and Logic is now. 

WHAT IS PARENTING WITH LOVE AND LOGIC?
Love and Logic is a philosophy of raising and teaching children which allows adults to be happier, empowered, and more skilled in the interactions with children. Love allows children to grow through their mistakes. Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices. Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences.

WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM LOVE AND LOGIC? 

Almost anyone will benefit from the Love and Logic approach. This program will help parents and teachers enjoy working with children by teaching easy to use techniques. The Love and Logic approach helps children develop and grow in a healthy way, provides them with confidence and dignity, and teaches them how to become more responsible.  The possibilities are limitless. 

HOW IS LOVE AND LOGIC DIFFERENT?Love and Logic offers adults an alternative way to communicate with children. The Love and Logic techniques produce immediate results because the techniques are simple, practical, and easy to learn. The concepts behind Love and Logic place a heavy emphasis on respect and dignity for children and at the same time allows parents to grasp simple approaches that can be used immediately.

 

Love and Logic is a philosophy founded by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline, M.D., and is based on the experience of a combined total of over 75 years working with and raising kids. It provides simple and practical techniques to help teachers and parents have less stress and more fun while raising responsible kids. Love and Logic offers many useful techniques that teachers and parents can begin experimenting with immediately. Love and Logic is easy to use, raises responsible kids, and changes lives.

 

PROGRAM DETAILS: 

Session One

Handling Misbehavior Without Breaking a Sweat

 

Session Two

Teaching Kids to Listen …. The First Time

 

Session Three

Avoiding Power Struggles

 

Session Four

Limits Create Happier Parents, Happier Kids, and Happier Families

 

Session Five

What to Do When Your Kids Leave You Speechless

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