LOCATION: CHENGDU, CHINATitle
: Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way
Facilitator: Justine I-Ting Yag, LPCC, CPDT, and Fiona Ye, PDTC
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Feburary 7-9, 2015
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
The three-day Chinese TP workshops are designed for Parent Educators, School Teachers, Counselors, Social Workers 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 or schoolteachers to facilitate experiential activities in group and individual settings.
JUSTINE I-TING YAO, LPCC, CPDT
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor/Therapist, Taiwan, R.O.C.
Director, AHA Psychological Counseling Clinic, Taiwan, R.O.C.
M.E. Counseling and Psychology, National Taiwan University of Education.
Justine is a licensed counselor who uses Adlerian school of psychology and Positive Discipline in her daily counseling and training works for more than 12 years. She regularly runs Positive Discipline classes and workshops for various institutions including private organizations and government departments, as well as the public. Justine is now the Director of AHA Psychological Counseling Clinic in Taiwan. She is passionate to life and promotes positive communication for a safe and better environment for our next generation to grow up with. Justine and her husband Gary live in Taiwan and are the parents of a teenage girl.
FIONA YE, PDTC
Fiona is a Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator&Classroom Educator / Certified Positive Discipline Trainer Candidate, Advanced Parenting Coach certified by CETTIC and China Youth and Children Research Association, founder of Congma’s Education Consultation Co., held middle management position in a large stated-owned enterprise previously, and is a mother of 10 year old boy.
Fiona has spoken in multiple large scale presentations, organized parenting salon, and provided Positive Discipline parenting classes. She also offers QQ parents helping parents group, and online presentations, in order to help parents achieve self-development, and to experience more happiness, harmony, corporation, responsibility, respect, and love together with their children in their relationships and their lives.
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:
Participate in a PD class (please find parenting class and local PD educator information at:www.pd-home.org),
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
Who Should Participate:
Parent educators, therapists, teachers, counselors, administrators, psychologists, nurses, aides, paraprofessionals, youth workers, and program providers who work with young people in group settings.
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.
The course provides specific training enabling the participant to become either a “Certified Positive Discipline Parenting”, as authorized by the Positive Discipline Association (www.positivediscipline.org). This qualifies the recipient to teach Positive Discipline parenting classes, 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.
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 tele-conference, which will be offered for a 3-month period after course completion.
Cost: RMB 5800/person includes materials and certification fee. (Meals and accommodation are not included.)
To Register and Contact: (English) Justine Yao TEL+886-978997224, EMAIL email@example.com; (Chinese) Fiona Ye TEL+86-02809808, EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Information: Please wear casual clothing. This is a very interactive workshop.
Paid registrants can transfer to another workshop or another participant within one year at no additional cost if notified one week before the workshop. If no show without transfer, refunds are not available.