Get Kids to Listen Without Nagging, Reminding or Yelling
If you’re tired of nagging, reminding and yelling to get kids to listen – this session is for you! I’m excited to partner with Amy McCready, founder of Positive Parenting Solutions & TODAY Show contributor to offer a FREE LIVE training on Tuesday, June 26th, at 9 PM Eastern.
I’ve been communicating with Amy and reviewing her techniques. I’m happy to say that Amy’s ideas fit well with gentle discipline, logical consequences, and Montessori principles. Amy started as a parent educator in Montessori schools and taught her program to thousands of Montessori parents. Amy even teaches the difference between praise and encouragement… LOVE it!
Join us to learn easy-to-implement strategies to correct misbehavior and reclaim the calm voice you had before kids.
Discover proven tools for your most frustrating discipline dilemmas, including the 5 R’s of Fair & Effective Consequences.
All you need is your computer. (No webcam required.) You’ll see and hear Amy on your screen. You can even ask questions and she’ll make them part of the presentation. Parents RAVE about this session.
RSVP today and then enjoy learning new positive discipline techniques from the comfort of your home.
Webinar seating will be limited so learn more and RSVP now! I’ll look forward to welcoming you.
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About Amy McCready
Parenting expert Amy McCready is the Founder of Positive Parenting Solutions and a “recovering yeller.” She is a champion of positive parenting techniques for happier families and well-behaved kids. Amy reaches a worldwide audience with her Positive Parenting Solutions Online course and is a frequent guest on the TODAY Show and has also appeared on Rachael Ray, CNN, Fox & Friends, MSNBC, and elsewhere. In her most important role, she is mom to two teenage boys.
I really hope you’ll join us for the webinar! I know I wouldn’t miss it if I were still teaching or had children at home. Even now, I’m looking forward to reviewing my positive parenting methods for when I have grandkids! 🙂