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Upcoming events

    • 11 Feb 2015
    • 12:00 PM
    • 25 Mar 2015
    • 1:30 PM
    • Atlanta, GA
    LOCATION: ATLANTA, GA

    Title:  Parenting the Positive Discipline Way

    Facilitator:  Kelly Gfroerer, Ph.D, LPC, PDTC

    Date and Time:
    Wednesdays
    February 11 - March 25, 2015
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

    Location:  
    Holy Innocents' Episcopal School
    805 Mount Vernon Highway, NW
    Atlanta, GA  30327

    Class Description:  Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School will be offering a 6 session Positive Discipline Parent Education series starting February 11, 2015. Parents will learn solution-focused strategies for parenting children birth to age10.
    Positive Discipline parenting tools help children learn important life skills: listening, brainstorming, problem-solving, mutual respect, strategies for calming down/cooling off before solving a problem, concern for others, cooperation, and accountability. Parents will learn to avoid power struggles while helping their children to learn self-control and self-discipline. (www.positivediscipline.com, 2013)

    To register, please see the attached registration form. Space is limited. The cost to attend this class includes Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline Book and Workbook. If you have any questions please call Kelly Gfroerer at 404-695-0226 between the hours of 8am and 4pm (Monday-Friday).

    Facilitator BackgroundDr. Kelly Gfroerer is a Certified Positive Discipline Educator and Positive Discipline Classroom Educator. Kelly serves on the Board of Directors for the Positive Discipline Association. Kelly is the Primary School Counselor at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School.

    Cost:  $200 per parent, or $250 for both parents

    Information and registration form: Download Registration Form

    Contact:  Kelly Gfroerer at kelly.gfroerer@hies.org or 404-695-0226.



    Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School will be offering a 6 session Positive Discipline Parent Education series starting February 11, 2015.  Parents will learn solution-focused strategies for parenting children birth to age10.

    Positive Discipline parenting tools help children learn important life skills: listening, brainstorming, problem-solving, mutual respect, strategies for calming down/cooling off before solving a problem, concern for others, cooperation, and accountability. Parents will learn to avoid power struggles while helping their children to learn self-control and self-discipline. (www.positivediscipline.com, 2013)

    To register, please see the attached registration form. Space is limited. The cost to attend this class includes Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline Book and Workbook. If you have any questions please call Kelly Gfroerer at 404-695-0226 between the hours of 8am and 4pm (Monday-Friday).

    Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School will be offering a 6 session Positive Discipline Parent Education series starting February 11, 2015.  Parents will learn solution-focused strategies for parenting children birth to age10.

    Positive Discipline parenting tools help children learn important life skills: listening, brainstorming, problem-solving, mutual respect, strategies for calming down/cooling off before solving a problem, concern for others, cooperation, and accountability. Parents will learn to avoid power struggles while helping their children to learn self-control and self-discipline. (www.positivediscipline.com, 2013)

    To register, please see the attached registration form. Space is limited. The cost to attend this class includes Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline Book and Workbook. If you have any questions please call Kelly Gfroerer at 404-695-0226 between the hours of 8am and 4pm (Monday-Friday).

    Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School will be offering a 6 session Positive Discipline Parent Education series starting February 11, 2015.  Parents will learn solution-focused strategies for parenting children birth to age10.

    Positive Discipline parenting tools help children learn important life skills: listening, brainstorming, problem-solving, mutual respect, strategies for calming down/cooling off before solving a problem, concern for others, cooperation, and accountability. Parents will learn to avoid power struggles while helping their children to learn self-control and self-discipline. (www.positivediscipline.com, 2013)

    To register, please see the attached registration form. Space is limited. The cost to attend this class includes Dr. Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline Book and Workbook. If you have any questions please call Kelly Gfroerer at 404-695-0226 between the hours of 8am and 4pm (Monday-Friday).


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