Parenting Workshops For
Schools & Local Organizations

We really enjoy sharing our work, and our life’s passion, with as many stakeholders as possible to better educate parents, teachers, and staff about how to interact and respond to a child’s emotional state. Luckily, we have a robust team with a wide array of areas of expertise.

Below is a list of previously hosted workshops. Have an idea that you’re not seeing here? Let us know, and we’d love to collaborate on a workshop for your group!

 
 
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Make & take cool down kits

  • Recognize what your child is communicating with their behavior

  • Discover the power of reflective listening to improve habituation

  • Identify effective skills to help your child self regulate

  • Design and take home a cool down kit to use with your children

 
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demystifying and navigating school programs

  • Identify the criteria required for children to qualify for 504 Special Education, Gifted & Talented, and Dyslexia

  • Recognize your legal rights and review responsibilities of public education

  • Discover helpful ways to advocate for your child’s academic needs

 
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Help! my child is glued to their screens

  • Interpret the latest research on screen time usage

  • Prepare a Family Media Plan to establish clear expectations for screens

  • Evaluate how screens can be effective tools with children

  • Determine alternative activities to screens that hold children’s attentio

 
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Enhancing the parent/child relationship

  • Recognize what your child is communicating with their behavior

  • Discover the power of reflective listening to improve habituation

  • Identify effective skills to help your child self regulate

 
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starting off the year right with routines

  • Recognize how consistent routines can help your family improve functioning

  • Determine and develop effective morning, afternoon, evening & traveling routines

  • Discover ways that children can practice independence through developmentally appropriate chores

 
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sibling rivalry

  • Articulate the different sibling dynamics that occur in your home

  • Channel sibling rivalry into more positive relationship building experiences

  • Communicate clear family expectations that increase favorable behaviors

 
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limit setting

  • Recognize the basics of neurobiology that impact the way children respond

  • Discover the power of choice giving and returning responsibility to your child

  • Reframe with the A.C.T. limit setting model to increase children’s compliance

 
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phew! it’s typical for their age

  • Distinguish important developmental needs and challenges for your child at different ages

  • Implement developmentally appropriate practices to connect with your child, validate their experiences, and improve communication

  • Identify characteristics for when it’s important to seek help from porfessionals

  • Discuss effective techniques for potty training

 
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mindfulness and family togetherness

  • Examine your level of “presence” and how to be more “present” with your children

  • Develop family dates and family night activities that build cohesion and facilitate understandings

  • Discover simple routines to battle summer break boredom

 
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positive parenting book club

  • In-person and online support throughout 5 weeks

  • Reflection on parenting practices

  • Understanding the types of behavior

  • A (brief) journey into neurobiology

  • 5 Principles of Positive Parenting

 
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Teens 101

  • Recognize important cognitive, emotional and social developmental needs and challenges for your teen.

  • Implement developmentally appropriate practices to connect with your child, validate their experiences and improve communication.

  • Establish clear expectations for screens and social media using the latest research.

  • Identify characteristics for when it’s important to seek help from professionals.


Interested in having us come present to your parents or staff?

Email Kate Curran Mire, SSP, LSSP, NCSP for more information!