child – parent relationship training

Parenting can be difficult…


Do you feel…

… you have lost your role as a parent?

… you are stuck in anger and frustration as a parent?

… a desire for a greater connection with your child?

… you have more challenging experiences than meaningful interactions with your child?

 

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, Child-Parent-Relationship Training (CPRT) can help!

in this training,

you will…


LEARN HOW TO:

  1. Re-establish your parenting role.
  2. Understand your child’s emotional needs.
  3. Communicate more effectively with your child.
  4. Effectively discipline and limit inappropriate behaviour.
  5. Help your child develop self-control.

AND

  • participate in weekly, secure, small group sessions to learn skills and connect with other parents,
  • engage in weekly, half-hour play sessions with your children to practice CPRT skills.
  • receive a copy of the CPRT Parent Notebook.

GROUP DETAILS


DATE:  Thursday(s); Starting January 10, 2019
10 sessions

TIME:   6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m – 2 hour sessions

COST:  Using the guidelines set by the Psychologists Association of Alberta, $60 per hour ($120 per session). $1200 total per individual. $400 deposit due at time of registration with remainder due before start. Payments options include MasterCard, Visa, Debit, e-transfer, cash or cheque.

* Sessions may be covered by your employment benefits program, including those under the First Nations and Inuit Health Benefit Plan.

* A minimum of 6 (maximum of 8) participants are required.

* Tax deductible receipts will be issued.

 

 

FACILITATORS:

Lori Tiemer is a Registered Psychologist with experience providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults.  She has facilitated CPRT groups and has seen the positive impact it can have on the child-parent relationship.

Cherise Gardipee is a Registered Provisional Psychologist with experience providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. For more on Cherise, visit

CONTACT Ashliegh for more details