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    • 26 Apr 2014
    • 1:30 PM
    • 31 May 2014
    • 4:30 PM
    • Shanghai, China

    LOCATION:  SHANGHAI, CHINA

    Title:  Positive Discipline Parenting Class

    Facilitators:  Paulina Cuevas, CPDT 

    Date and Time:                
    Saturday
    April 26,
    May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 2014
    1:30 PM – 4:30 PM  

    Location:            
    Room 2708
    58 Jiaozhou Rd
    Jingan District, Shanghai

    Near Subway Line 2, Jingan Temple Station

    Registration:  Phone: 021-62240043   
    Email: home@pd-home.org

    Facilitator:
    Paulina Cuevas is a certified Positive Discipline Trainer (CPDT), Psychologist and Certified School Counselor with 15 years of experience working in international schools both in Chile and currently in China. Paulina has delivered multiple Positive Discipline workshops to parents of children of all different ages and to teachers. Paulina has been living in Shanghai since August 2013, she is fully bilingual in both English and Spanish and has vast experience working with cross cultural families. Parents that have attended her workshops have given wonderful feedback regarding their learning and encouraged from the bonds they create with other parents.

    Fee:   RMB 3600/person;

    Early registration (Before April 1): RMB 3000/person

    Second person half price for couples;   Materials and refreshments included

    Organizer:          

    POSITIVE DISCIPLINE HOME

    Room 2708, 58 Jiaozhou Rd, Jingan District, Shanghai

    Tel: 021-62240043

    Email: home@pd-home.org

    • 16 May 2014
    • 8:30 AM
    • 18 May 2014
    • 5:30 PM
    • Shenzhen China

    LOCATION:  SHENZHEN, CHINA 

    Contact Daisy: +86-15019451747   

    Email: zhengmianguanjiao@163.com


    Title:
      Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

    Facilitator
    : Elly Zhen, CPDT 

    Date and Time: 
    Friday - Sunday
    May 16 - 18, 2014
    8:30 am - 5:30 pm

    Location:  
    Montessori Training Center,
    Nanshan District,
    Shenzhen City,
    Guangdong, China

     Prerequisite: 

    Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)

         - OR -

    If you are new to Positive Discipline:  We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared.  In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn.  Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we strongly recommend that you do the following:

    1.  Participate in a PD class

    2.  Read any two (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 2000 words).  It will allow the facilitator to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.

    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glen)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Pre-Schoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories  (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality

    Who Should Participate: 
    Parents, grandparents, and caregivers who are wanting to learn effective parenting tools.

    (Max. number of participants per training: 24)

    Workshop Description: 

    Participants will:

    • Learn simple tools to use right away for fostering self-discipline and intrinsic motivation in young people.
    • Learn how to enhance cooperation and mutual respect in the home.
    • Gain insight into the behaviors that are particularly challenging in homes.
    • Learn how to use family meetings to teach children valuable social and life skills such as empathy, communication, responsibility, problem solving, self-discipline and accountability.
    • For Teaching Parenting: Learn how to teach parenting classes using the Positive Discipline experiential model.
    • Have a set of resource materials for future reference

    Facilitator Background: 
    Elly Zhen is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, who has been teaching Positive Discipline parenting in Shenzhen, China for over two years.  Elly offers classes and seminars to parents, schools, businesses, and in the community.  Her teaching style is interactive, parent-oriented, passionate, and productive.  Parents are given adequate time and opportunities to practice PD tools, leaving class with solid encouragement and the confidence to use at home what they learn in class.  Elly published the first book about Positive Discipline’s success in China: “Effective Positive Discipline Tools,” a compilation of 56 true PD stories contributed by parents, now in its second printing.  Elly and the Shenzhen PD Mentor Group organized Jane Nelsen's debut in China in May, 2013 where she spoke to a sold out crowd of over 700 people in Shenzhen. Elly is currently translating Rudolf Dreikurs’ classic Adlerian parenting book: “Children: The Challenge.”  She is the mother of a 6 y.o. Chinese-American girl. 

    Registration fee: 

    RMB 4800/person, incl. material and certification fee.  Meals and accommodation not included.

    Contact: 

    Daisy : 15019451747       
    Email: zhengmianguanjiao@163.com

    Cancellation/Refund Policy:
    Workshop Registrations: If you are unable to attend the training, you may
    transfer the registration to another person or receive an 80% refund for your tuition.


    • 24 May 2014
    • 8:30 AM
    • 26 May 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Shanghai, China
    LOCATION:  SHANGHAI, CHINA

    WAIT LIST ONLY
    Contact Ms. Yuan - Phone: 13816920762
    Title:  Positive Discipline in the Classroom

    Facilitators:
    Susie Zhang, CPDT and
    Jody McVittie, MD, CPDLT

    Date and Time:

    Saturday - Monday
    May 24 - 26, 2013
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:

    To Be Determined
    Shanghai, China

    Prerequisite: Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE); Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)
    - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline: We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared. In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn. Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following:

    1. Participate in a PD class (please find parenting class and local PD educator information at: www.pd-home.org, and,
    2. Read any two (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words or less). It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.
    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glen)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Pre-Schoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Please email above information by April 1, 2014 to shizipeixun@pd-home.org.

    Who Should Participate:

    Teachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group setting.


    Download: 
    Flier

    Workshop Description:

    POSITIVE DISCIPLINE comes from the theories of Alfred Adler, M.D. and Rudolf Dreikurs, M.D., early pioneers of “Individual Psychology,” adapted for child guidance by world-renowned authors, Jane Nelsen, Ed.D. and Lynn Lott, MFT. The teachings are filled with non-punitive, non-permissive, respectful methods that encourage a child’s “self-discipline” through tools such as understanding the “belief behind the behavior,” holding family and class meetings, learning from mistakes with dignity intact, and many more.

    Through experiential learning, POSITIVE DISCIPLINE help adults learn with their “heart” as well their “head” in an engaging, supportive way. The activities used help us “see the world through the child’s eyes,” allowing adults to gain immediate insight into problem behavior and effective solutions.

    These courses provide specific training enabling the participant to become either a “Certified Positive Discipline Parenting (or) Classroom Educator,” as authorized by the Positive Discipline Association (www.positivediscipline.org). This qualifies the recipient to teach Positive Discipline parenting classes or use Positive Discipline in their classroom, and to become part of an international network of Positive Discipline Educators. Attendees will also be invited to join in a mentor group of Certified Educators, to receive continuous support along their Positive Discipline journey.

    All courses are taught in both English and Chinese.



    Facilitator Background:
    SUSIE ZHANG
    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer who pioneered Positive Discipline parenting and teachers training in China. She has trained over 200 parenting educators and over 100 classroom educators, delivered multiple Positive Discipline seminars, classes, and workshops to schools, educational institutions and disadvantaged communities with positive feedback. She taught online video class of “Positive Discipline from birth to three”. Susie has worked with the authors of Positive Discipline to integrate the model into the Chinese culture by translating parenting and teacher training materials into Chinese, including “Positive Discipline Tool card”, and the first children’s book “Jared’s Cool Out Space”. She also worked with the Positive Discipline Association and other Chinese parenting educators to promote Positive Discipline in China, organized Dr. Jane Nelsen’s China trip, including the first Positive Discipline Chinese Conference in 2013. Her teaching style is engaging, and participants leave encouraged and with tools to use right away with their children.

    Susie worked for Fortune 500 companies as Internal Audit Director in the USA, before changing her career to parenting education, influenced by the Positive Discipline book she found at the airport on her business trip. She is the co-founder and current director of PD Home (www.pd-home.org), a Shanghai based organization aiming to establish a platform for parents, teachers, parenting educators, schools to build a supportive environment with respect and encouragement for our children, where they learn valuable social and life skills to become a contributing citizen of the society.

    She is the mother of two girls, 11 and 2 year old, who continuously encourage her to be better self.


    JODY MCVITTIE 

    is a lead trainer for the Positive Discipline Association and co-authored their recent publications: Positive Discipline in the Classroom and School, Teachers Guide: Activities for students, and Positive Discipline in the Classroom and School: Leader’s Guide: Resources and Activities. She has consulted for dozens of schools: public, independent, early childhood, elementary, and secondary. Her work with schools includes trainings in Spanish (Nicaragua) for First Nations Communities (in northern Canada) and for a school for the deaf.

    Dr. McVittie received her medical degree from Case Western University and completed a family medicine residency and fellowship in California before shifting her focus to broader community issues that impact health outcomes including parenting, education, trauma and the impact of intra-family violence. Jody is the co-founder and currently director of program for Sound Discipline, a Seattle-based non-profit dedicated to teaching people to do the right thing – even when no one is looking. Sound Discipline works with local schools, educators, youth outreach programs and parenting educators to teach the tools we can all use to foster dignity, respect and equity in our communities.

    Jody is also the mother of three young adults who have been some of her best teachers.

    Cost:

    RMB 4800/person, incl. material and certification fee.
    Meals and accommodation not included.

    Online Registration:
    www.pd-home.org
    CONTACT: Ms Yu
    Tel: (021)62240043
    Email: shizipeixun@pd-home.org


    Cancellation/Refund Policy:
    Workshop Registrations: A full refund (minus a $35 processing fee) will be given when the request for a refund is made up to 30 days prior to the first day of a workshop. Refunds are not available for cancellations less than 30 days before a workshop. However, paid registrants can transfer to another workshop within one year at no additional cost.  Refunds are not available after a transfer is made or if you do not provide advanced notice that you will not be attending the workshop.

    Special Events, Teleconferences and Merchandise: For all other items or events, the processing fee will be 10% of the purchase price or a minimum of $5. Otherwise, the same policy applies.




    • 02 Jun 2014
    • 8:30 AM
    • 04 Jun 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Shanghai, China
    LOCATION:  SHANGHAI, CHINA

    WAIT LIST ONLY
    Contact Ms. Yuan - Phone: 13816920762

    Title:  Positive Discipline in the Classroom

    Facilitators:
     Susie Zhang, CPDT and
    Jody McVittie, MD, CPDLT

    Date and Time:
     
    Saturday - Monday
    June 2 - 4, 2014
    8:30 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:
     
    To Be Determined
    Shanghai, China


    Prerequisite:
    Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE); Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)
    - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline: We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared. In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn. Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following:

    1. Participate in a PD class (please find parenting class and local PD educator information at: www.pd-home.org, and,
    2. Read any two (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words or less). It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.
    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glen)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Pre-Schoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Please email above information by April 1, 2014 to shizipeixun@pd-home.org.

    Who Should Participate:
    1.    Trainers, teachers, and counselors who are engaged or interested in parenting education.
    2.    Parents, grandparents, and caregivers who are wanting to learn effective parenting tools.
    Maximum number of participants per training:  24

    Download:  Flier

    Workshop Description:
    POSITIVE DISCIPLINE comes from the theories of Alfred Adler, M.D. and Rudolf Dreikurs, M.D., early pioneers of “Individual Psychology,” adapted for child guidance by world-renowned authors, Jane Nelsen, Ed.D. and Lynn Lott, MFT. The teachings are filled with non-punitive, non-permissive, respectful methods that encourage a child’s “self-discipline” through tools such as understanding the “belief behind the behavior,” holding family and class meetings, learning from mistakes with dignity intact, and many more.

    Through experiential learning, POSITIVE DISCIPLINE help adults learn with their “heart” as well their “head” in an engaging, supportive way. The activities used help us “see the world through the child’s eyes,” allowing adults to gain immediate insight into problem behavior and effective solutions.

    These courses provide specific training enabling the participant to become either a “Certified Positive Discipline Parenting (or) Classroom Educator,” as authorized by the Positive Discipline Association (www.positivediscipline.org). This qualifies the recipient to teach Positive Discipline parenting classes or use Positive Discipline in their classroom, and to become part of an international network of Positive Discipline Educators. Attendees will also be invited to join in a mentor group of Certified Educators, to receive continuous support along their Positive Discipline journey.

    All courses are taught in both English and Chinese.

    Facilitator Background:
    SUSIE ZHANG
    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer who pioneered Positive Discipline parenting and teachers training in China. She has trained over 200 parenting educators and over 100 classroom educators, delivered multiple Positive Discipline seminars, classes, and workshops to schools, educational institutions and disadvantaged communities with positive feedback. She taught online video class of “Positive Discipline from birth to three”. Susie has worked with the authors of Positive Discipline to integrate the model into the Chinese culture by translating parenting and teacher training materials into Chinese, including “Positive Discipline Tool card”, and the first children’s book “Jared’s Cool Out Space”. She also worked with the Positive Discipline Association and other Chinese parenting educators to promote Positive Discipline in China, organized Dr. Jane Nelsen’s China trip, including the first Positive Discipline Chinese Conference in 2013. Her teaching style is engaging, and participants leave encouraged and with tools to use right away with their children.

    Susie worked for Fortune 500 companies as Internal Audit Director in the USA, before changing her career to parenting education, influenced by the Positive Discipline book she found at the airport on her business trip. She is the co-founder and current director of PD Home (www.pd-home.org), a Shanghai based organization aiming to establish a platform for parents, teachers, parenting educators, schools to build a supportive environment with respect and encouragement for our children, where they learn valuable social and life skills to become a contributing citizen of the society.

    She is the mother of two girls, 11 and 2 year old, who continuously encourage her to be better self.

    JODY McVITTIE 
    is a lead trainer for the Positive Discipline Association and co-authored their recent publications: Positive Discipline in the Classroom and School, Teachers Guide: Activities for students, and Positive Discipline in the Classroom and School: Leader’s Guide: Resources and Activities. She has consulted for dozens of schools: public, independent, early childhood, elementary, and secondary. Her work with schools includes trainings in Spanish (Nicaragua) for First Nations Communities (in northern Canada) and for a school for the deaf. 

    Dr. McVittie received her medical degree from Case Western University and completed a family medicine residency and fellowship in California before shifting her focus to broader community issues that impact health outcomes including parenting, education, trauma and the impact of intra-family violence. Jody is the co-founder and currently director of program for Sound Discipline, a Seattle-based non-profit dedicated to teaching people to do the right thing – even when no one is looking. Sound Discipline works with local schools, educators, youth outreach programs and parenting educators to teach the tools we can all use to foster dignity, respect and equity in our communities.

    Jody is also the mother of three young adults who have been some of her best teachers. 

    Cost:

    RMB 4800/person, incl. material and certification fee.
    Meals and accommodation not included.

    Online Registration:
    www.pd-home.org
    CONTACT: Ms Yu
    Tel: (021)62240043
    Email: shizipeixun@pd-home.org


    Cancellation/Refund Policy:
    Workshop Registrations: A full refund (minus a $35 processing fee) will be given when the request for a refund is made up to 30 days prior to the first day of a workshop. Refunds are not available for cancellations less than 30 days before a workshop. However, paid registrants can transfer to another workshop within one year at no additional cost.  Refunds are not available after a transfer is made or if you do not provide advanced notice that you will not be attending the workshop.

    Special Events, Teleconferences and Merchandise: For all other items or events, the processing fee will be 10% of the purchase price or a minimum of $5. Otherwise, the same policy applies.




    • 02 Jun 2014
    • 9:00 AM
    • 04 Jun 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Guangzhou, China
    LOCATION:  GUANGZHOU, CHINA 

    Title:  
    Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

    Facilitators:  
    Dina Emser, MA, CPDLT and
    Wendy Ye, MBA, CPDT

    Date and Time:
     
    Monday - Wednesday
    June 2 - 4, 2014
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:
     
    Room 2602 Huimei Plaza
    Jin Sui Rd.
    Guangzhou, China
         
           
    Prerequisite:
    Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE)
     – OR - Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)
         - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline:  We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared.  In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn.  Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following and email topdca@pdchinese.org by May 1, 2014:

    1.  Participate in a PD class (please find class information at: pdca@pdchinese.org
    and,
    2.  Read one (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words).  It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.

    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen, Lott) (Book provided upon registration)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glenn)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Preschoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories  (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Ongoing Support:  
    After the training, we will support you (at no charge) in your Positive Discipline journey over the coming months by providing ongoing feedback, encouragement and mentoring.  To facilitate this, we ask that you do the following:  
    • Write a reflection of the training and your PD experience so far.  We will offer a few questions at the training to guide you through your reflection.  Submit the reflection within 30 days after the training.  Your facilitators will offer feedback and mentoring based on the reflection, and issue your certificate.     
    • Participate in the monthly on-line group mentoring via Skype, which will be offered for a 6-month period after course completion. 
    Who Should Participate:  Parent educators, therapists, theachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group settings.

    Download Flyer 
               
    Workshop Description:
      
    English-Chinese TP:  This three-day English-Chinese bilingual workshop is designed for Parent Educators, Counselors and Parents to gain information and skills to become “Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators.” You will learn research based strategies and tools to help parents and how to facilitate experiential activities in group and individual settings.
                       
    Facilitator Background:           
    DINA EMSER is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer with over 30 years of experience in education, serving 9 years as the Director of an elementary/middle school that incorporated Positive Discipline and Class Meetings. Currently Dina works as a Leadership Coach with programs for individuals and teams who want to improve their leadership skills and abilities to work together effectively. Dina has presented at educational conferences in the U.S. and Canada for the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology and the National Association of Educators of Young Children.

    She has trained teachers and parents in Positive Discipline in the United States and abroad. She served as Co-Chair of the Positive Discipline Association Board of Directors, and is a member of their national and international speaker’s bureau. She is an Approved Provider for the Illinois State Board of Education. She provides Positive Discipline trainings at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and also teaches classes for the Professional Development Institute, Illinois Central College, in their Inspiring Leadership Program. Dina is author of Trusting the Fortune Within and co-author of Roadmap to Success. She and her husband Bob live in Eureka, Illinois and are the parents of two grown children.


    WENDY YE 

    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, lead translator and chief editor of Chinese TP Manual, and the co-founder of Positive Discipline Chinese Association (PDCA). In the past three years since 2010, she was invited by schools, educational institutions, churches and social organizations to give presentations, to facilitate workshops and deliver seminars in both China and Canada. From the learning and practicing of Positive Discipline principles, she got insights that both parents and kids’ changes take time. Change also requires patience, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional love. Parents are the first teachers and leaders to lead their kids to be future good citizens and leaders. A good society depends on positive individuals, healthy families and respectful relationships. Before she was involved with Positive Discipline, she had 26 years of professional experience in technology management, general management and management consulting. She holds a Bachelor degree from China, an MBA from the U.S and she was an Associate Professor, teaching bilingual MBA courses and delivering bilingual EMBA courses with UCLA professors in a prestigious business school in China. She was also invited as a visiting scholar by Foster School of Business in University of Washington (UW) to do the academic research in service industry and present papers in national and international conferences. She is the mother of 20-year-old university student.

     
    Cost:  ¥4800 Regular Registration.
    (Includes materials and certification fee.)  Meals and accommodation not included.


    To Register: Registration Deadline:  May 1, 2014.  
    admin@pdchinese.org
    Contact:  Ms. Hu - 13660388257
    Website:  www.pdchinese.org

    Other Information:
      Please wear casual clothing -- this is a very interactive workshop.

    Cancellation/Refund Policy: 
    Before May 1st:  80% refund of full payments for cancellations. 

    After May 1st:  Due to internationally arranged trainings, refunds are not available for cancellations. 

    • 06 Jun 2014
    • 9:00 AM
    • 08 Jun 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Guangzhou, China
    LOCATION:  GUANGZHOU, CHINA 
     
    Title:  Positive Discipline in the Classroom

    Facilitators:  
    Dina Emser, MA, CPDLT and
    Wendy Ye, MBA, CPDT

    Date and Time:
     
    Friday - Sunday
    June 6 - 8, 2014
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:
     
    Room 2602 Huimei Plaza
    Jin Sui Rd.
    Guangzhou, China
         
            
           
    Prerequisite:
    Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE)
     – OR - Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)
         - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline:  We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared.  In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn.  Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following and email topdca@pdchinese.org by May 1, 2014:

    1.  Participate in a PD class (please find class information at: pdca@pdchinese.org
    and,
    2.  Read one (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words).  It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.

    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen, Lott) (Book provided upon registration)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glenn)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Preschoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories  (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Ongoing Support:  
    After the training, we will support you (at no charge) in your Positive Discipline journey over the coming months by providing ongoing feedback, encouragement and mentoring.  To facilitate this, we ask that you do the following:  
    • Write a reflection of the training and your PD experience so far.  We will offer a few questions at the training to guide you through your reflection.  Submit the reflection within 30 days after the training.  Your facilitators will offer feedback and mentoring based on the reflection, and issue your certificate.     
    • Participate in the monthly on-line group mentoring via Skype, which will be offered for a 6-month period after course completion. 
    Who Should Participate:  Parent educators, therapists, theachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group settings.
     
    Download Flyer 
         
    Workshop Description:
      
    English-Chinese PDC: Positive Discipline in the Classroom, a three-day workshop developed by Jane Nelsen and Lynn Lott, empowers teachers, school support staff and administrators with skills to prepare students for responsibility, cooperation, and success. Participants will learn how students develop competencies, skills, and personal qualities through the class meeting process and other Positive Discipline methods.        

    Facilitator Background:           
    DINA EMSER is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer with over 30 years of experience in education, serving 9 years as the Director of an elementary/middle school that incorporated Positive Discipline and Class Meetings. Currently Dina works as a Leadership Coach with programs for individuals and teams who want to improve their leadership skills and abilities to work together effectively. Dina has presented at educational conferences in the U.S. and Canada for the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology and the National Association of Educators of Young Children.

    She has trained teachers and parents in Positive Discipline in the United States and abroad. She served as Co-Chair of the Positive Discipline Association Board of Directors, and is a member of their national and international speaker’s bureau. She is an Approved Provider for the Illinois State Board of Education. She provides Positive Discipline trainings at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and also teaches classes for the Professional Development Institute, Illinois Central College, in their Inspiring Leadership Program. Dina is author of Trusting the Fortune Within and co-author of Roadmap to Success. She and her husband Bob live in Eureka, Illinois and are the parents of two grown children.


    WENDY YE 
    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, lead translator and chief editor of Chinese TP Manual, and the co-founder of Positive Discipline Chinese Association (PDCA). In the past three years since 2010, she was invited by schools, educational institutions, churches and social organizations to give presentations, to facilitate workshops and deliver seminars in both China and Canada. From the learning and practicing of Positive Discipline principles, she got insights that both parents and kids’ changes take time. Change also requires patience, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional love. Parents are the first teachers and leaders to lead their kids to be future good citizens and leaders. A good society depends on positive individuals, healthy families and respectful relationships. Before she was involved with Positive Discipline, she had 26 years of professional experience in technology management, general management and management consulting. She holds a Bachelor degree from China, an MBA from the U.S and she was an Associate Professor, teaching bilingual MBA courses and delivering bilingual EMBA courses with UCLA professors in a prestigious business school in China. She was also invited as a visiting scholar by Foster School of Business in University of Washington (UW) to do the academic research in service industry and present papers in national and international conferences. She is the mother of 20-year-old university student.

    Cost:  ¥4800 Regular Registration.
    (Includes materials and certification fee.)  Meals and accommodation not included.


    To Register: Registration Deadline:  May 1, 2014.  
    admin@pdchinese.org
    Contact:  Ms. Hu - 13660388257
    Website:  www.pdchinese.org

    Other Information:
      Please wear casual clothing -- this is a very interactive workshop.

    Cancellation/Refund Policy: 
    Before May 1st:  80% refund of full payments for cancellations. 

    After May 1st:  Due to internationally arranged trainings, refunds are not available for cancellations. 


    • 13 Jun 2014
    • 9:00 AM
    • 15 Jun 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Beijing, China
    LOCATION:  BEIJING, CHINA 
     
    Title:  Positive Discipline in the Classroom

    Facilitators:  
    Dina Emser, MA, CPDLT and
    Wendy Ye, MBA, CPDT

    Date and Time:
     
    Friday - Sunday
    June 13 - 15, 2014
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:
     
    DePan Education Center
    1st Floor, Baoneng Center
    No.12 East Futong Str.
    Wangjing, Chaoyan District
    Beijing, China
         
           
    Prerequisite:
    Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE)
     – OR - Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)
         - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline:  We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared.  In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn.  Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following and email topdca@pdchinese.org by May 1, 2014:

    1.  Participate in a PD class (please find class information at: pdca@pdchinese.org
    and,
    2.  Read one (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words).  It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.

    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen, Lott) (Book provided upon registration)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glenn)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Preschoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories  (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Ongoing Support:  
    After the training, we will support you (at no charge) in your Positive Discipline journey over the coming months by providing ongoing feedback, encouragement and mentoring.  To facilitate this, we ask that you do the following:  
    • Write a reflection of the training and your PD experience so far.  We will offer a few questions at the training to guide you through your reflection.  Submit the reflection within 30 days after the training.  Your facilitators will offer feedback and mentoring based on the reflection, and issue your certificate.     
    • Participate in the monthly on-line group mentoring via Skype, which will be offered for a 6-month period after course completion. 
    Who Should Participate:  Parent educators, therapists, theachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group settings.
     
    Download Flyer       

    Workshop Description:
      
    English-Chinese PDC: Positive Discipline in the Classroom, a three-day workshop developed by Jane Nelsen and Lynn Lott, empowers teachers, school support staff and administrators with skills to prepare students for responsibility, cooperation, and success. Participants will learn how students develop competencies, skills, and personal qualities through the class meeting process and other Positive Discipline methods.  
     
    Facilitator Background:           
    DINA EMSER is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer with over 30 years of experience in education, serving 9 years as the Director of an elementary/middle school that incorporated Positive Discipline and Class Meetings. Currently Dina works as a Leadership Coach with programs for individuals and teams who want to improve their leadership skills and abilities to work together effectively. Dina has presented at educational conferences in the U.S. and Canada for the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology and the National Association of Educators of Young Children.  
     

    She has trained teachers and parents in Positive Discipline in the United States and abroad. She served as Co-Chair of the Positive Discipline Association Board of Directors, and is a member of their national and international speaker’s bureau. She is an Approved Provider for the Illinois State Board of Education. She provides Positive Discipline trainings at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and also teaches classes for the Professional Development Institute, Illinois Central College, in their Inspiring Leadership Program. Dina is author of Trusting the Fortune Within and co-author of Roadmap to Success. She and her husband Bob live in Eureka, Illinois and are the parents of two grown children.


    WENDY YE 
    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, lead translator and chief editor of Chinese TP Manual, and the co-founder of Positive Discipline Chinese Association (PDCA). In the past three years since 2010, she was invited by schools, educational institutions, churches and social organizations to give presentations, to facilitate workshops and deliver seminars in both China and Canada. From the learning and practicing of Positive Discipline principles, she got insights that both parents and kids’ changes take time. Change also requires patience, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional love. Parents are the first teachers and leaders to lead their kids to be future good citizens and leaders. A good society depends on positive individuals, healthy families and respectful relationships. Before she was involved with Positive Discipline, she had 26 years of professional experience in technology management, general management and management consulting. She holds a Bachelor degree from China, an MBA from the U.S and she was an Associate Professor, teaching bilingual MBA courses and delivering bilingual EMBA courses with UCLA professors in a prestigious business school in China. She was also invited as a visiting scholar by Foster School of Business in University of Washington (UW) to do the academic research in service industry and present papers in national and international conferences. She is the mother of 20-year-old university student.
    Cost:  ¥4800 Regular Registration.
    (Includes materials and certification fee.)  Meals and accommodation not included.


    To Register: Registration Deadline:  May 1, 2014.  
    admin@pdchinese.org
    Contact:  Ms. Zhu - 13801331756
    Website:  www.pdchinese.org  

    Other Information:
      Please wear casual clothing -- this is a very interactive workshop.

    Cancellation/Refund Policy: 
    Before May 1st:  80% refund of full payments for cancellations. 

    After May 1st:  Refunds are not available for cancellations. 



    • 17 Jun 2014
    • 9:00 AM
    • 19 Jun 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Beijing, China

    LOCATION:  BEIJING, CHINA 

    Title:  Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

    Facilitators:  
    Dina Emser, MA, CPDLT and
    Wendy Ye, MBA, CPDT

    Date and Time:

    Tuesday - Thursday
    June 17 - 19, 2014
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

    Location:

    DePan Education Center
    1st Floor, Baoneng Center
    No.12 East Futong Str.
    Wangjing, Chaoyan District
    Beijing, China
     

    Prerequisite:
    Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator (CPDPE)
     – OR - Certified Positive Discipline Classroom Educator (CPDCE)

         - OR -
    If you are new to Positive Discipline:  We want you to have the most meaningful experience possible by joining the training well prepared.  In addition, given the nature of an experiential workshop, your contribution in group discussion is also essential to help others to learn.  Therefore, in order to maximize your learning, we highly recommend that you do the following and email to pdca@pdchinese.org by May 1, 2014:

    1.  Participate in a PD class (please find class information at: pdca@pdchinese.org,
    and,
    2.  Read one (or more) of the following books and summarize what you have learned in an essay (suggest 1500 words).  It will allow the facilitators to tailor the training based on the group's understanding of the model.

    • Positive Discipline (Nelsen, Lott) (Book provided upon registration)
    • Positive Discipline A-Z (Nelsen, Lott, Glenn)
    • Positive Discipline 0-3 (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Positive Discipline for Preschoolers (Nelsen, Erwin, Duffy)
    • Effective Positive Discipline Stories  (Elly Zhen)
    • What Life Should Mean to You (Adler)
    • Adlerian Theory of Personality
    Ongoing Support:  
    After the training, we will support you (at no charge) in your Positive Discipline journey over the coming months by providing ongoing feedback, encouragement and mentoring.  To facilitate this, we ask that you do the following:  
    • Write a reflection of the training and your PD experience so far.  We will offer a few questions at the training to guide you through your reflection.  Submit the reflection within 30 days after the training.  Your facilitators will offer feedback and mentoring based on the reflection, and issue your certificate.     
    • Participate in the monthly on-line group mentoring via Skype, which will be offered for a 6-month period after course completion. 
    Who Should Participate:  Parent educators, therapists, theachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group settings.
     
    Download Flyer   

    Workshop Description:
      
    English-Chinese TP:  This three-day English-Chinese bilingual workshop is designed for Parent Educators, Counselors and Parents to gain information and skills to become “Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators.” You will learn research based strategies and tools to help parents and how to facilitate experiential activities in group and individual settings.

    Facilitator Background:           
    DINA EMSER is a Certified Positive Discipline Lead Trainer with over 30 years of experience in education, serving 9 years as the Director of an elementary/middle school that incorporated Positive Discipline and Class Meetings. Currently Dina works as a Leadership Coach with programs for individuals and teams who want to improve their leadership skills and abilities to work together effectively. Dina has presented at educational conferences in the U.S. and Canada for the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology and the National Association of Educators of Young Children.

    She has trained teachers and parents in Positive Discipline in the United States and abroad. She served as Co-Chair of the Positive Discipline Association Board of Directors, and is a member of their national and international speaker’s bureau. She is an Approved Provider for the Illinois State Board of Education. She provides Positive Discipline trainings at the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago and also teaches classes for the Professional Development Institute, Illinois Central College, in their Inspiring Leadership Program. Dina is author of Trusting the Fortune Within and co-author of Roadmap to Success. She and her husband Bob live in Eureka, Illinois and are the parents of two grown children.


    WENDY YE 
    is a Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, lead translator and chief editor of Chinese TP Manual, and the co-founder of Positive Discipline Chinese Association (PDCA). In the past three years since 2010, she was invited by schools, educational institutions, churches and social organizations to give presentations, to facilitate workshops and deliver seminars in both China and Canada. From the learning and practicing of Positive Discipline principles, she got insights that both parents and kids’ changes take time. Change also requires patience, empathy, acceptance, and unconditional love. Parents are the first teachers and leaders to lead their kids to be future good citizens and leaders. A good society depends on positive individuals, healthy families and respectful relationships. Before she was involved with Positive Discipline, she had 26 years of professional experience in technology management, general management and management consulting. She holds a Bachelor degree from China, an MBA from the U.S and she was an Associate Professor, teaching bilingual MBA courses and delivering bilingual EMBA courses with UCLA professors in a prestigious business school in China. She was also invited as a visiting scholar by Foster School of Business in University of Washington (UW) to do the academic research in service industry and present papers in national and international conferences. She is the mother of 20-year-old university student.
       
    Cost:  ¥4800 Regular Registration.
    (Includes materials and certification fee.)  Meals and accommodation not included.


    To Register: Registration Deadline:  May 1, 2014.  
    admin@pdchinese.org      
    Contact:  Ms. Zhu - 13801331756  
    Website:  www.pdchinese.org

    Other Information:
      Please wear casual clothing -- this is a very interactive workshop.

    Cancellation/Refund Policy: 
    Before May 1st:  80% refund of full payments for cancellations. 

    After May 1st:  Refunds are not available for cancellations. 




 
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