From Self-Critical to Self-Confident: Raising “I Can” Kids
Parents, are you searching for ways to empower your children with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude? Do your children fear making mistakes, criticize themselves, or struggle with motivation when facing a challenge? This state of discouragement often leads to nagging, conflict, and feeling helpless by everyone in the family.
Turn the Discouragement cycle into Encouragement. Discover simple tools to infuse the parent-child relationship with the ‘I Can Quotient,’ a useful measure of a child's ability to thrive in life developed by psychotherapists Betty Lou Bettner and Amy Lew.
Learn strategies to increase your child’s:
- sense of feeling connected, capable, competent, and courageous
- ability to flex their ‘can-do’ muscles
- self-confidence to face challenges more independently
Registration includes access to the live webinar, video/audio recordings, a PDF of the slide deck and links to resources.
Dara Kessler has been a Parent Educator at the Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) since 2016. She is passionate about helping other parents find more joy in their parenting journeys and is eager to share PEP's philosophy toward that end. Dara lives with her husband and two teenage sons.
"Excellent - as always! I have LOVED this webinars and honestly look forward to them. They provide me with a sense of confidence in my parenting and a sense that I am not alone but that you all have my back. So thank you!"
--Participant, PEP Online