Bringing Baby Home - 2 Day Workshop A 2-Day workshop designed for new and expectant parents created to help couples prepare for life with a new baby. Parents will learn new ways to keep their relationship strong and develop skills for parenting intentionally. Developed by renowned relationship and parenting experts, Drs. John and Julie Gottman.
Facilitators: Eric McDaniel, LMLP & Angie McDaniel, LSCSW-RPT Date: April 6 and 7th Time: 9am-4pm (1 hour break for lunch) Location: Andover Butler County Community College - Grizzly Room Cost: $150/couple
This class is perfect for those who are: Interested in having a baby Expecting a baby Already parenting an infant or toddler (0-3) Childbirth educators and parent coaches Birth and postpartum doulas
The Incredible Years –Preschool (3-6) Series Parenting Class Series Presented By: Beth Christensen, LCMFT RPT-S
About Incredible Years – Preschool Series: The Preschool Basic parenting program strengthens parent-child interactions and attachment, reducing harsh discipline and fostering parents’ ability to promote children’s social, emotional, and language development. Parents also learn how to build school readiness skills and are encouraged to partner with teachers and day care professionals so they can promote children’s emotional regulation and social skills. In the parenting groups, trained Incredible Years® facilitators use video clips of real-life situational vignettes to support the training and trigger parenting group discussions, problem solving, and practice exercises.
*Series requires at least 5 parents to attend. Please register with interest and you will be contacted when program has enough particpants.* *Series lasts approximately 9-12 weeks Time: 6pm-8pm Location: Augusta United Methodist Church 2420 N. Ohio St., Augusta KS 67010 Cost: Suggested Donation of $25 per family (for series) Free Childcare, light snacks *Bring your own dinner*
Parenting with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) – Parenting Series Presented By: Molly Noon, BCBA, CCC-SLP, Behavior By Noon
ABA is an intervention approach for individuals with disabilities, especially children with autism. Some elements of the training: Learning to manage behaviors by rewarding positive behaviors. Identifying replacement skills to teach your child. Promoting positive behaviors such as simplifying tasks and providing choices.
Tuesday Evenings March 19th- April 30th Time: 6pm-8pm Location: Augusta United Methodist Church 2420 N. Ohio St., Augusta KS 67010 Cost: Suggested Donation of $10 Free Childcare, light snacks *Welcome to bring in your own dinner
Parenting the Love and Logic Way™ Adults Supporting Youth with Challenging Pasts A six session caregiver program designed by the Love and Logic Institute. Learn about: Attachment and the Foundation of Relationships Dealing with Defiance and other Difficult Behaviors Nothing Works Without Sincere Empathy Setting Limits while Minimizing Power Struggles Supporting Learning and Achievement at School Empowering them Towards Success in Life
Presented by: Kay Moore, Independent Facilitator Dates: April 8, 15, 22, 29 May 6, 13 Day of Week: 6 consecutive Monday evenings Time: 6:30pm-8pm Location: Hope Community Church (CUP door), 1831 E 21st St, Andover, KS 67002 Cost: Donations for childcare and snacks accepted Free Childcare, light snacks *Bring your own dinner*
Parenting the Love and Logic Way™ A six session parenting program designed by the Love and Logic Institute. Learn how to: Avoid un-winnable power-struggles and arguments Stay calm when your kids do incredibly upsetting things Set enforceable limits Avoid enabling and begin empowering Help your kids learn from mistakes rather than repeating them Raise kids who are family members rather than dictators Facilitator: Kay Moore, Independent Facilitator Dates: April 3, 10, 17, 24, May 1, 8 (attend all 6 Wednesdays) Time: 1PM – 3PM Location: SCMHCC 524 N Main, El Dorado, KS 67042 Cost: Suggested Donation $15 (for the series) Book and Snack provided
Healing Trust: Rebuilding the Broken Bond for the child with Reactive Attachment Disorder Two sessions of CD information designed by the Love and Logic Institute.
Learn about: Spotlight the Proble Four steps to Therapeutic Parenting Establishing Respect Creating the Heart to Heart Connection Expect Responsibility/Making Restitution Teaching a Child to Think
Facilitator: Kay Moore, Independent Facilitator Dates: March 20th and 27th Day of Week: 2 consecutive Wednesday afternoons Time: 1-3pm Location: SCMHCC 524 N Main, El Dorado, KS 67042 Cost: Free No Childcare available
SED/Autism Parent Networking Group This is a family networking group to connect with other parents of children with behavioral and autism challenges. Topics and presenters vary each week. This is an ongoing group that families can join at any time.
Dates: 3rd Monday of each month Location: Andover United Methodist Church Time: 6pm-8pm NO Childcare or dinner at this event