This parenting group will help parents of children ages 2-12 use the latest research on brain development. Parents will learn how to apply new advances in brain science to their parenting to help improve the effectiveness of their parenting, improve their relationship with their child(ren), and prepare children for life.
New brain research has resulted in a whole new field of psychology; interpersonal neurobiology. What scientists found is that unlike what was previously believed, brains change over time based on experience. Even more exciting is the fact that brains change not only with experience but also as a result of relationships. What does this mean for parents? It means that with some simple changes to the ways parents handle everyday parenting situations, parents can improve the parent-child relationship while also helping their child to establish new brain pathways and integration of the different parts of the brain for improved functioning in life.
Join us for this 10-week course and learn 12 simple principles parents can use to strengthen relationships with their children and change brain pathways.
Contact : Chrissy Schlechter, R. Psych. (403)245-5981
When : Wednesdays starting Sept 21, 2016
Cost : $600, Location: TBD, Time: 6:00-7:00