Parenting sessions by Child in Bloom

Join us for a free opportunity to learn new parenting skills from experts in our region!

This special series is sponsored by the Endowment of Christ Church, UCC and the Fort Thomas MOMS club.

SIGN UP to attend using the form at the bottom.

Child in Bloom Parent Coaches Rachel Caswell and Aaron Lehman will be visiting Christ Church to present three, two-hour sessions on parenting in September, October and November. You have your choice of attending either Aaron’s session or Rachel’s session. Free Child care will be available during the sessions and up to an hour afterwards so that parents have time to network and discuss together. 

Sept. 17:

Aaron’s topic: Learn several specific tools that teachers use all the time in their class settings and begin to transfer these good ideas to your home life.

Rachel’s topic: Look into the various styles of parenting from authoritarian and bossy to permissive and polite and learn how to live Blissfully with your parenting making it balanced, controlled and a garden of all good choice making.

Oct. 22:

Aaron’s topic:
Learn several specific tools that teachers use all the time in their class settings and begin to transfer these good ideas to your home life.

Rachel’s topic: Parents will learn how to help their child regulate their emotions, read other peoples expressions and decide upon socially appropriate ways to express and deal with their emotions.

Nov. 12:

Aaron’s topic: How do we get along with friends, make friends and keep friends… We will work on teachable lessons for kids on friendship and all the things we assume they know but don’t.

Rachel’s topic: Learn what are the most common causes of behavior, what you can do before and afterwards to change the behavior.

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