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Parenting for Humans: Foundations Class Registration

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Enrollment Limited to 10 Participants
Parenting can be the greatest source of joy in your life. For many, it is also the greatest source of frustration, stress, fear, and self-doubt. Learn to create a positive, supportive relationship with your child, while being an effective, caring, and relaxed parent.
  • 100% of participants would recommend this class to their friends
  • 100% of participants considered this class an excellent investment of their time
  • "This has made a real impact for me and my eldest daughter. She now comes to me more proactively when she has an issue - I feel that she feels she is being heard now and that I have something offer! "
  • "It has deepened my bond with my son and allowed him to talk to me about things that are important to him. He is listening to himself as well and learning all the skills that I am modeling from the class including building good habits."
  • "Thank you so much for this opportunity. It's teaching me to think differently as I am stuck in my old ways of parenting."
  • "Great class. Listening to real time feedback on actual scenarios is incredibly valuable."

In this 4-session class, you and a small group of students will learn and practice advanced parenting skills, including:
  • Building trust and goodwill with your child
  • Cooperation without conflict
  • Supporting your upset child
  • Helping your child build good habits
  • Self-care and self-compassion for parents

During the class you will get:
  • Four self-study modules, including self-paced exercises
  • Four interactive online group sessions, filled with practice and discussion
  • Opportunities to practice outside of class, and debrief/troubleshoot in the group

About the Instructor

Dr. Magen earned his M.A. in education and Ph.D. in psychology from Stanford University, and completed  post-doctoral training in population health at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Magen served as the research director for the University of Pennsylvania's Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, before founding the Center for Supportive Relationships. Dr. Magen works with public school districts, universities, hospitals and private corporations, where he teaches educators, clinicians, managers and parents how to build stronger, more joyful relationships in their professional and personal lives. Dr. Magen's work has been published in top-tier scientific journals including Psychological Science, Emotion, and Academic Pediatrics, and has been cited in popular media outlets varying from Allure Magazine to Psychology Today.

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