Who’s In Charge? Parenting from the Alpha Position Thursday, November 15th North Vancouver

 Thursday, November 15, 2018
Time: 6:45-8:45 pm
Location: Delbrook Community Recreation Centre,
851 W. Queens Rd., North Vancouver 
Cost: $45 per person


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Pre-registration is required as space is limited.
Tickets are non-refundable but can be passed on to another person.


Workshop Description:
When your child is in charge of the relationship, many problems can manifest in different and varying ways, such as:

  • anxiety
  • clinginess
  • constant pursuit of your attention
  • unable to hear “no”
  • refuses to follow your directions or listen to you
  • bossiness
  • bullying
  • aggression/frustration
  • instructing you on how to parent
  • preoccupied on taking care of things
  • behaviour or discipline problems

Even if you are not experiencing these challenges, this workshop is excellent for any parent with children of all ages. In this workshop, we will discuss why it is so important that we are in “right relationship” with our children, how being in charge brings our children to rest and can allow the brain to grow and mature, and how we can take charge and be the parent our children need us to be. There are many subtle ways we can lose the ‘alpha position’. We will discuss how to identify when we are not in charge and how we can get there.

This presentation is suitable for parents or caregivers of children of any age. This is an ADULT ONLY presentation.