5 WEEK IN-PERSON COURSE
DOES YOUR PARENTING STYLE LEAD TO...
Meltdowns, tantrums, sibling fighting...
Ultimately leading to arguments with your spouse?
It doesn't have to be so hard. We only do what we do because we are out of ideas.
That's where I come in.
I've been there. This parenting gig is hard. With two kids of my own, I had the same struggles.
Having spent the last 20 years as a psychotherapist, parent coach, and author, I have heard and seen A LOT!
Coaching families with all different struggles, we usually find that we feel like our struggles are unique to OUR home and that there is something wrong with OUR child.
Neither are usually true.
About This Course
WHAT IT IS:
5 weeks of in-person classes. These in-person sessions include teaching through examples and role playing. The role plays show you EXACTLY how to implement the concept...in addition to often being quite funny. The variety of instruction makes the material more applicable when attempted at home: you see the information, you hear the information and you watch it acted out so that you know exactly how to do it at home!
WHERE IT IS:
Broadripple, Indiana - Actual location is TBD based on class size.
WHEN IT IS:
Classes start Wednesday, April 13th, 2022, and continue every week for five weeks. Classes will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. EDT.
WHY YOU SHOULD BE THERE:
You will have confidence even during their meltdowns, you will stop fighting with your partner about your kids, and you will know how to handle fighting between kids.
WHO'S TEACHING IT:
Michelle Gambs, MA, LMHC, psychotherapist, parent coach, and author.
Check It Out
Receive your own RCB workbook & handouts for quick reference
Bond with your partner.
Couples report it being the best marriage counseling EVER as they work together to implement the tools.
Support and interactive discussion with other parents just like you. You'll make lifelong connections!
And...if you don't find yourself laughing during this course, then I didn't do my job!
You get CONFIDENCE, even during their meltdowns, that you knew how to handle it