How we manage a child's behaviour depends a lot on their age and neurological development. What works well for a 9 year old may well make a 6 year old feel bad about themselves or feel shame. This workshop is all about what research (and 40 years experience) tells us works for children at different stages of childhood and pre-adolescence. This is a great first workshop for anyone new to Gill Hines' sessions as it covers all the basic principles and techniques for helping children to:
•want to behave well
•take responsibility for their own behaviour
•learn from their mistakes
As well as some guidance on keeping your cool and being clear, the two things many parents find hard to do after a trying day.
Date: 5th December 2019
Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm
Venue: Barnes Primary School, Cross Street,
Barnes, SW13 0QQ
This workshop is open to all and
has 30 places at £17.50 each.
additional places can be added at checkout
"Can't wait to get home and try some of these ideas"- Parent
"I couldn't believe it was 2 hours- time flew. More please." - Parent
"Common sense at its finest. So helpful, clear and a nice friendly and upbeat delivery."
"I'll be back." Parent
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