Parenting classes registration underway

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Posted 4/12/17

FLEMING ISLAND – Active Parenting of Teens offers a proven approach to working with adolescents. These engaging sessions combine video and discussion with practical advice from the author, Michael …

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Parenting classes registration underway

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FLEMING ISLAND – Active Parenting of Teens offers a proven approach to working with adolescents. These engaging sessions combine video and discussion with practical advice from the author, Michael Popkin, Ph.D., and an experienced leader. In each session, parent will learn about how to talk with your teen about violence, sex, alcohol, and drugs; current teen issues; solving problems together; reinforcing your teen’s courage and inner strength; building your teen’s sense of responsibility; communicating effectively (with or without your teen’s assistance) and how to discipline teens.

Classes will be held Sundays from 6-8 p.m. at Fleming Island United Methodist Church, 7170 U.S. Highway 17 South, beginning April 23 and ending May 21.

And for those who cannot make Sundays, the church is offering another parenting class on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30 p.m. from April 19 through May 24.

Active Parenting Now offers a proven approach to raising your children ages 5-12 to be responsible, creative and prepared to meet the challenges of the teen years. The six sessions combine video and discussion with practical advice from the author, Michael Popkin, Ph.D.

In each session, you will learn about what your children need to succeed; handling problems together; building a relationship with your child based on cooperation and respect; enhancing your child’s sense of responsibility; understanding why children misbehave; communicating effectively with your child; stimulating your child’s independence and understanding the power of encouragement.

Both classes will feature a dinner the first and last night of each class. Both classes use a curriculum from the Hanley Center Foundation. To register or ask questions, contact Tiffany Googin at (904) 613-7071 or email tiffany@hanleyfoundation.org.

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