Join our Parenting Workshops to learn about yourself and your children.

Join our Parenting Workshops to learn about yourself and your children.

Join our Parenting Workshops to learn about yourself and your children.
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Join our Parenting Workshops to learn about yourself and your children.

Parenting Workshops

Raising children is a rewarding but often challenging endeavor, especially in today's society. Because parenting requires significant amounts of time, energy, and emotional strength, it is not uncommon for parents to feel stress related to this important role. Our workshops teach participants parenting skills in the areas of understanding children, how to help children learn and thrive, effective discipline and personal stress management. As parents learn how to better understand, guide, nurture, and motivate their children, they will become more effective. Parents of children of any age can benefit from these programs.

Watch our Upcoming Events page for the following parenting workshops offered by CCE-Dutchess:

Discipline is NOT a Dirty Word

Discipline is NOT a Dirty Word is a three session educational series designed for parents, grandparents and other relatives raising children. Discipline is NOT a Dirty Word encourages participants to learn their parenting style and to discuss the seven basic principles of positive discipline. Program participants learn how to react to and guide their children’s behavior through experiential activities, discussion and practice examples.

Parenting the Second Time Around (PASTA)

Parenting the Second Time Around (PASTA) is an eight session series designed for grandparents and other relatives raising children. PASTAparticipants will address their feelings regarding their changing roles and responsibilities, receive an overview of child development, learn positive discipline techniques, be encouraged to see themselves as advocates for their relative children and review adolescent development and indicators of high risk behaviors. In addition, one session of PASTA is taught by an attorney where the discussion addresses relevant legal issues and resources. Another session of PASTA is taught by a mental health professional to discuss improving family communication.

Last updated June 11, 2015