Friday, June 22, 2012
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Advanced Supervision, Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way is a workshop experience created to support parent educators and clinicians in the use of the tools and experiential activities learned in the 2-day Teaching Parenting workshop--a pre-requisite for attending. Participants will share their success and challenges using Positive Discipline methods and get feedback, practice, support, and suggestions for increasing their effectiveness and confidence with sharing the PD philosophy with families.
- Facilitator: Dina Emser, MA, Certified PD Lead Trainer
- Cost: $125 Adler Student Fee, $150 Regular Fee (All Fees include Handout, CPDU’s for Illinois Teachers, CEU’s, and 1 PD Teleconference registration.
- Location: Adler School of Professional Psychology, 17 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL
Register Online: www.positivediscipline.org
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
In this ACGC sponsored event, Dr. Jay Colker of the MAO faculty will talk with a family about common and unique family challenges. Dr. Colker will use this as an opportunity to talk about the Adlerian-based methods of parent-education and child-guidance, including such topics as encouragement, logical consequences and the purposes of childhood behaviors.
Parents, teachers, parent educators, family counselors, psychology students, and all individuals wanting to learn more about building and maintaining effective relationships among parents and children will benefit from this event.
Dr. Jay Colker has been helping families to stop fighting, to learn effective strategies for overcoming conflicts, and to have fun together for many years. He is the author of the book: What do I do if? Dr. Colker has a rich history of Adlerian-based family education and was mentored by leaders and innovators in Adlerian Family Education. Dr. Colker currently oversees the Parent-Education courses at the Adler School.
2 CEU hours offered ($20.00 processing fee)
Reserve your space via email.