Is your child having temper tantrums; having trouble with impulse control or aggressive behavior? Do you end up yelling and nagging your child to get things done? In partnership with Tuesday’s Child, our Parenting with Confidence workshop provides parents specific strategies to create peaceful routines and encourage cooperation. Parents walk away with phrases that boost cooperation and help maintain positive behaviors outside the home. Alternatives to yelling and threatening to get things done will also be discussed. Our approach focuses on discipline as an opportunity to teach children how to behave; and how parents can encourage children to make good choices. Join us for these informative workshops and get ready for a peaceful positive household!
This is an ongoing workshop series taking place on 9/19, 9/26, 10/3, and 10/10. Attending all sessions is encouraged but not required. Please RSVP here.
Tuesday’s Child is a Chicago non-profit organization established in 1980 at Children’s Memorial Hospital by Dr. Victoria Lavigne, a clinical child psychologist, and Katherine Augustyn, an early childhood specialist. In 1984, Tuesday's Child was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Tuesday’s Child helps families address behavioral issues through individualized training for both parents and children. Our evidence-based program centers on an individualized approach that enables our team to address each family’s specific situation. We focus on improving the child’s behavior and setting them up for success. Mission: Tuesday’s Child enables families to thrive through positive parent training, inclusive behavioral classrooms and support services. Our proven model impacts home, school, and the community.