Parenting is certainly a skill, and finding answers isn’t always easy.
The Campbell County Health Behavioral Health Services is hosting a new program called Becoming a Love and Logic Parent program.
The program starts Wednesday, Sept. 13 at 6 p.m.
Becoming a Love and Logic Parent is a six-week program designed by Love and Logic to give practical skills and help parents answer these questions:
- How do I get them out of bed in time to catch the school bus?
- How can I stop my children from bickering and fighting?
- How do I get my children to help with the chores without an argument?
- Is there a way to discipline my toddler in public without creating a scene?
- How can I get my teenage daughter to come home at the agreed-upon time?
- How do I get him to stop spitting his peas and whining at dinner?
The program will be held every Wednesday night from 6 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Gillette College Health Science Center, located at 3801 College Drive.
There is a one-time fee per family of $50. Daycare is provided.
For more information on this program, or to register, contact Jessica Boyd at (307) 688-5026 or email@example.com. Please do not call Gillette College for information.
Facilitators of the Becoming a Love and Logic Parent are independent and are not employees of the Love and Logic Institute.