Setting Limits with Young Children (Aug 2021)
Behavioral limits help young children learn to go to bed on time, pick up after themselves and get along with others. Limits also provide security, order and an understanding of the way the world works. Learn techniques to build and uphold firm and friendly boundaries.
- The important distinction between obedience and cooperation--and why it matters
- How to set and enforce limits in a firm and friendly manner
- Techniques to encourage the long term goals of cooperation, capability and burgeoning independence
Registration includes access to the live webinar, audio/video recordings, and handouts.
For parents of children age 2 to 5.
Colleen took her first PEP class when her son was 2 1/2 and a feisty, strong-willed toddler. New perspectives on parenting and new strategies to foster a cooperative relationship with her son transformed Colleen's family and professional life.
In addition to serving on the PEP staff and leading classes since 2012, she taught Music Together classes for 12 years where she put her PEP skills to work in understanding young children's needs in a group setting.
Colleen lives in the DC area with her husband, teenage son and a friendly flock of chickens.
"It's always good to get new tips and review old ones. Great to learn more about emotion coaching for many different age groups. Hope to use the steps offered. Real life Examples are always really helpful.
--Participant, PEP Online