Trouble with setting limits?
Frustrated that you seem to be in endless power struggles with your children? Is it hard to get everyone to do what needs to be done? Do your children do things you know they know not to do? Finding yourself nagging, or worse – losing your temper and at the end of your rope?
There's good news
Setting limits can be a positive experience for you and your child! Join Madeleine Winter to learn about how to:
* Understand why children test limits.
* Set limits with your children in ways that improve your relationship and build co-operation.
* Use playfulness to resolve power struggles.
Today's limits are tomorrow's relationship
And they test limits because they are carrying emotional tensions which are driving them off-track. Madeleine will show you parent-tested, practical approaches that will help everyone think well and improve judgement, and make sure that the limits you set today are building the relationship you want with your child tomorrow.
Who: Parents of children 6mo-12y.
When: 7-8:30pm, Weds 21st October AEDT, which is very early in the morning, Pacific, and 9a.m. BST. Register for a link to the recording, if you can't attend.
Where: Zoom conferencing – dial in details provided on registration
More Info and to Register: https://madeleinewinter.com/events/parenting-workshops/
Madeleine brings a wealth of experience
Madeleine is the parent of a teen who has been using and teaching Hand in Hand for over 25 years. You can find out more here. This is what parents have said about her:
“I’ve done a lot of parenting courses, and read a lot of books. In one session, Madeleine communicated a picture of why my children behave as they do which made more sense of what is going on than anything else I’ve come across. She offered practical strategies and approaches that I will go home and try. I’m looking forward to learning more.”
Mother of 5 y.o twins & 9 year old, Wiseman’s Ferry, NSW, Australia
“I liked being reminded that we are all good parents. The talk was structured around our questions and I wish we had longer – I could always take more listening to you, Madeleine. I really enjoyed today’s session.”
Foster/adoptive parent of 18 month old, Sydney, Australia