5 Part Parenting Series – Guiding Principles of Highly Successful Parenting – Washtenaw County

February 19, 2020 – March 18, 2020
Hope Clinic, 518 Harriet Street, Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Contact: Courtney Aldrich, (517)552-6909, aldric82@msu.edu
In this workshop authored by Dr. Bob Sornson, parents will learn about supporting their child’s success in school and life. This is a five-part parenting series for parents and other caregivers. Topics covered include:

February 19: Brain Development/High Quality Positive Family Routines

February 26: Development of Emotional Control

March 4: Being a Calm, Assertive Parent

March 11: Establishing Clear Rules and Strong Relationships

March 18: Allowing Children to Make Great Mistakes

At the end of the series, participants will receive a certificate stating how many class hours of the series they completed

Participants may participate in a unique series of classes next quarter and receive a second certificate. Call (517)546-3950 to register

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