To Register: https://www.positivediscipline.org/event-4039436
Dates and Times:
02/02/2021 - 02/18/2021
Tuesday, Feb. 2, Thursday, Feb. 4, Tuesday, Feb. 9, Thursday, Feb. 11, Tuesday, Feb. 16, and Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021 beginning at 1:00-3:30 pm EST
(ONLINE FORMAT) - Greenville, South Carolina, United States
Cost: $375 Early Registration, available until 01/02/2021. $425 Regular Registration. Four or more registering together take off $50 off of the fee.. Limit 30.
Dodie Blomberg is passionate about helping people improve their lives through creating respectful relationships in their families, schools and communities. She taught 5th grade in Tempe, Arizona for 12 years. She is a Lead Trainer for the Positive Discipline Association and an Adler Trained Coach. She facilitates Positive Discipline Workshops and trainings all over Arizona, the United States, and internationally. For the past 3 years, Dodie has had the amazing opportunity to facilitate over 50 Positive Discipline Workshops and trainings in China. She is most proud of her two children, Colton 25 and Cassidy 22.
Kelly Pfeiffer has been teaching the Positive Discipline parenting curriculum for 20 years and currently serves the Positive Discipline Association as a Lead Trainer. In addition Kelly offers professional development to trainers, instructors and facilitators on the topics of active learning and high engagement teaching strategies. She has two adult children, two adult step-children and lives in Greenville, South Carolina with her husband.
This interactive on-line live and streamed video workshop designed for parent educators, teachers, therapists, childcare professionals and others who want an effective discipline approach. This method is based on Adlerian Psychology and integrates social and emotional learning while reducing challenging behaviors. Successful participants will earn recognition as a Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator and will:
- Learn research based and effective tools and techniques for teaching parents how to use discipline that is kind and firm at the same time (non-punitive, non-permissive)
- Learn how to facilitate a parent class from the position of a non-expert and gain practice with experiential exercises that help parents go beyond intellectual understanding to be able to respond in empowering ways that teach children.
- Learn how to use materials and activities in group settings, parenting classes and individual work with families.