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Parenting Teens with Logic

Teen boy on phone rolling eyes at his mother
April 25, 2017 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Tresidder Memorial Union, Cypress Lounge conference room, 59 Lagunita Drive

Parenting Teens with Logic: How to Raise Successful, Stress-Free, Responsible Children with Parenting the Love and Logic Way.

Is your child not listening to you? Do you feel you have to do everything for your child? Are you worried about their readiness for college? Is your child shutting you out? Is there a lot of friction in the house? If yes, this parenting workshop is designed to give you practical skills that can be used immediately. Come to this workshop and learn how to:

  • Get your child to accept responsibility for their work
  • Stay calm when your teens disagree with you
  • Enable their creativity and problem solving skills
  • Raise teens who can take care of themselves and respect you at the same time.

About the Speaker:

Mary Eschen is a life coach and a parent instructor in the Love and Logic method of parenting. Prior to this, Mary worked in the high-tech industry for several years and quit after having children. While learning how to parent her kids, Mary fell in love with the practical skills taught in the Love and Logic method of parenting and how they helped parents raise responsible, respectful kids in a loving manner. Currently, Mary teaches six week programs at local neighborhood schools and churches. She also has recently added one-night workshops to her repertoire.

Registration:

Register for this workshop online.

Free and open to all faculty, staff, postdocs and retirees of Stanford University, LPCH and Stanford Hospital and clinics.  Eligible dependents may also attend. BeWell Berries available for eligible employees.

Event Sponsor: 
Faculty Staff Help Center; Stanford WorkLife Office
Event Type: 
Seminar/Workshop
Event Categories: 
WorkLife, Faculty Staff Help Center, Benefits & Rewards
Event Audience: 
Faculty, Staff, Retiree, Lifelong Learner, Parent