Any Child, Any Problem, Any Age
Presented by Dr Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN
Friday, October 13, 2017 from 6:30- 9 p.m.
An optional children's program for ages 3 - 4th grade is also provided to complement what the parents are learning. The cost is $10 per adult, $15 per couple.
Learn how to develop a parenting plan that takes your child’s unique needs into account.
Based on the books "Motivate Your Child" and the "Motivate Your Child Action Plan," you will learn how to help children change. Your kids are changing whether you like it or not. The question is, will they change in positive ways or negative ones.
Kids need life skills and now is the time to build them. If you want to know where your child is weak and needs help, just stop for a moment and ask yourself this question, “What tendency does my child have that makes me feel uncomfortable?” Likely you’ll be drawn to a significant heart issue that needs some work.
Some parents say things like this:
- My 14-year-old is sarcastic and even mean when I ask him to do something.
- My 5-year-old has meltdowns when he doesn’t get his way.
- My 12-year-old has ADD and ADHD and is impulsive and disruptive.
- My 3-year-old is defiant when I give an instruction.
- My 9-year-old is mean to his brother.
- My 7-year-old is negative, often complaining about things she doesn’t have.
In this live seminar we take three problems from the audience and teach parents how to move any child from where they are to where they need to be using a systematic plan. Because each child is different, that plan will have to be individualized and we’ll show you what that looks like.
Parents leave this seminar hopeful and encouraged with specific strategies that will change their kids and themselves. Dads love this seminar because it focuses on strategy instead of reaction and all parents and grandparents appreciate the practical hands on techniques.
This event will give you the tools to address sibling conflict, poor school performance, disrespect, laziness, procrastination, sloppy work, emotional outbursts, self-centeredness, and so much more.
This approach will equip and empower you to parent any age child, from toddlers to teenagers, and beyond.