Discount for Parenting in Place masterclass series
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|Jennifer L.W. Fink||Feb 13|
Are you burned out, concerned about your child’s well-being and wondering how your family will manage during the winter as we near a year into the pandemic?
If you’re not, please send me your tips ASAP!
If you are, check out the Parenting in Place masterclass series, starting Fed. 17.
This series comes from a group of bestselling parenting authors (including Katherine Reynolds Lewis, author of The Good News About Bad Behavior, featured in this ON BOYS episode, and Debbie Reber, featured in this ON BOYS episode about parenting differently wired boys), therapists, educators, and neuroscientists who’ve joined to share their very best strategies and ideas for how you and your family can thrive in the coming months. I’m excited to support this unique series and can’t wait for the program.
Parenting in Place features 8 weekly masterclasses (hosted on Zoom) on Wednesday evenings from Feb. 17 through April 7, each focused on a different theme, and each including specific takeaways and strategies.
Because the event is live, attendees can ask the hosts questions and communicate with each other through chat. Registrants receive a bundle of free bonus content (downloadables, templates, webinars, worksheets) from the speakers, and access to a closed moderated Facebook group to keep the conversation going and provide three months of support.
Here’s the whole line-up for the live webinars:
FEB 17: A Conversation on Mindfulness, Mental Health, and Anxiety. Debbie Reber and Donald E. Grant, Jr. will discuss mindfulness strategies for managing parental stress and anxiety — and ways to support children in this unusual time.
FEB 24: A Conversation on Raising Resilient Kids. Madeline Levine and Michele Borba will offer simple ways to teach your kids how to cope today so they can thrive tomorrow.
MAR 3: A Conversation on Motivation, Stress, and Screens. Janine Halloran and Katherine Reynolds Lewis will share strategies for teaching coping skills, balancing screens with academics, and keeping perspective.
MAR 10: A Conversation on Sex and Gender. Courtney Macavinta and Ignacio Rivera will discuss sex education and puberty, and will offer suggestions for raising and supporting queer kids and allies.
MAR 17: A Conversation on Raising Ethical Children. Catherine Steiner-Adair and Howard Stevenson will offer support for talking to kids about race and equipping them to seek justice, as well as parenting around difference, whether disability, LGBTQ or racial identity.
MAR 24: A Conversation on Teenagers. Christine Carter and Ned Johnson will share best practices for working with teens and fostering healthy motivation, stress tolerance, and joy.
MAR 31: A Conversation on Big Kid Issues. Jessica Lahey and Julie Lythcott-Haims will discuss how to send our children into the world, with all the skills they need to be resilient, motivated and independent, without resorting to the escape of drugs and alcohol.
APR 7: TOWN HALL. The last week of the series will be a virtual, moderated Town Hall featuring Tina Payne Bryson and other speakers responding to the most pressing concerns and questions from the Parenting in Place community. Full lineup will be announced soon.
Live events will be held on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT, but registrants will have access to replays in case they can’t attend live.
To make this event accessible to as many people as possible and recognize the difficult position many families find themselves in these days, the entire series— 8-week series of live classes, the bonus bundle, and the closed Facebook community—costs only $39 right now.
A portion of the proceeds from the Masterclass will be donated to charitable organizations that support children, families, and communities.
To register for Parenting in Place, click here!
I look forward to seeing you there.
Here’s to building boys!