Teaching Court-Mandated Parents to Get Their Needs Met in a Responsible Way while Teaching their
Children to also Meet their Needs Responsibly
Do you offer parenting training to parents who don’t necessarily want to learn better parenting skills?
Are the parents you teach court-ordered to take your classes?
Do the parents think their family would be just fine if you would simply leave them alone?
Are you tired of using the same old training without appreciable results?
Do you know the key to breaking this cycle is to somehow motivate parents to want to create better lives for their children?
Are you a parent educator who would like to really make a difference in the lives of the parents you teach and their children?
As a parenting expert in the greater Chicago area, I was approached my Cook County Probation to create a 25-hour parenting curriculum for their probation officers to teach probationers that were court-ordered to parenting classes. It was just launched with Cook County in September, 2012 and you can get this curriculum here.
Empowerment Parenting is organized as ten 2.5 hour sessions, typically delivered one or two weeks apart. The information is presented with the perfect balance of empowering information, humor and empathy.
To find out more and to purchase go to: http://www.therelationshipcenter.biz/empowerparent.html