May 2022: For single parents
Weekly live Class Discussions and the comment board will focus on issues related to the unique challenges of one-parent households.
Connect with other single parents, share successes and challenges, and discover together how these parenting strategies can ease your family life.
"The quality of the teaching and the online/live discussions were essential to how much I engaged with the class. I was inspired to practice the concepts the more others did. I valued how honest the folks were."
"Fantastic -- I have been telling all my friends about this course!"
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Encouragement is the KEY ingredient that makes all other parenting strategies work. And really understanding how to encourage your child is not as easy as it sounds.
This class is where parents build the foundation for their approach and answer the question "What kind of parent do I want to be?" You wouldn’t build a house on a weak foundation; likewise, you can’t help children develop into capable, resilient adults (that is the goal!) when day-to-day interactions and relationships are steeped in a negative, discouraging spin cycle.
In this class you'll learn encouragement strategies and techniques to build a better connection with your child. Parents find that many of the challenges leading them to PEP -- defiance, power struggles, screen time issues -- become less problematic when they have tools to foster their child's independence, resilience, and cooperation.
Saturday, May 7 through Friday, June 3, 2022
How the Class Works
- Each Saturday you'll receive a new Video Lesson to watch at your convenience on any device!
- You'll also receive "Try This at Home" exercises, relevant handouts and articles. Completing the weekly materials takes less than 20 minutes each week.
- Throughout the week, get ongoing ideas and support by posting your questions for the instructor.
- Join live, weekly class discussions with the instructor from 8:30 - 9:30 pm ET on Thursday evenings beginning May 12.
- Best of all, the class videos, handouts and materials are available to you for one year to review and revisit as needed!
This Course Includes
4 Instructional Video Lessons that are short (5-6 minutes each) and packed with practical tips and advice to use right away. Video lessons include role plays that demonstrate real life examples of what to say and do, and what NOT to say and do!
5 "Try This At Home" Exercises to put each lesson into immediate practice with your family.
5 Topical PEP Parenting Articles to dig deeper into the topics.
7 Handy printouts with examples and language to use with your children, and which you can post nearby to keep you on track.
4 Live, online Class Discussions with your PEP class instructor who will answer your questions (you can post them in advance).
An easy to access online forum where you will receive Weekly Tips and get your questions answered.
How Much Time Will This Take?
That depends on you. Learning these new parenting skills is like learning a new language; it takes practice.
Reviewing the instructional videos and handouts will take about 20 minutes. The Try This At Home exercises are designed to fit into and improve your every day life. The online Class Discussions are 1 hour each week. And the Class Discussion Forum takes as much or as little time as you want to contribute. As always, the more you participate, the more you benefit.
What if I'm Unhappy With This Class?
If you're unhappy with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we'll give you a full refund.
Who Is This Class For?
The core concepts taught in this class are applicable to parents of children from preschoolers to teens -- in fact, the concepts apply to all relationships!
NOTE: If you need a certificate of completion for taking this parenting course, it will be issued automatically once you complete each section.
Have More Questions?
Email us at [email protected]
Seth started leading classes for PEP in 2018 after taking all the in-person and one-day PEP classes he could get on his calendar. He says everything changed for the better with his two boys (now a tween and a teen) after starting classes. A software developer in his day job, he looks forward to helping more parents improve their home atmosphere and relationships with their kids.
StartVideo Lesson 1, Part 1: Intro to Encouragement (5:18)
StartVideo Lesson 1, Part 2: Techniques for Encouraging Your Child (6:09)
StartTry This at Home Exercise: Put Encouragement Into Practice!
StartHandout: The Role of an Encouraging Parent & The Child's Responsibilities
StartHandout: Sample Encouragement Phrases
StartTip of the Week
StartAnswer These Questions & Post Your Own