Strops, Sulks and Power Struggles Workshop
Why do they do that? What can you do? From whining and whinging, to screaming and shouting, from hitting and kicking, to biting to head banging, young children’s behaviour can be challenging. This 2 hour workshop will help you start to understand the different reasons for your child’s behaviour and support you with practical tips and strategies that will make a positive difference.
Date – Thursday 21st November 12.30-2.30pm
Venue – The Bridge, East Greenwich Pleasaunce, Chevening Rd, London SE10
Tickets strictly limited to 12 people so there is enough time to deal with any individual issues that the group would like to discuss.
PLEASE BRING A PACKED LUNCH TO EAT DURING THE WORKSHOP. Tea, coffee and water provided.
About Purple Parenting:
We are experienced parenting and family practitioners, having worked for many years within the NHS and Social Care. Sarah qualified as a nursery nurse some 30 years ago and is a qualified counsellor. She spent many years working with children and families as a parenting practitioner for the NHS. She is a mother of 2 grown up girls, a step mother of 2 and has 2 granddaughters. Michelle has worked with children and families for over 20 years. Prior to setting up Purple Parenting with Sarah, she worked within a Children’s Centre managing a Family Support Team. She is a qualified social worker and parenting practitioner. She is a mother of two – a 12 year old boy and a 9 year old girl. As parents and professionals Sarah and Michelle know parenting can be fun and rewarding but also exhausting, tough and challenging at times. They use their specialist training to support and advise parents and practitioners to help understand children and young people’s behaviour and provide a flexible, practical approach to parenting through individual parent coaching, workshops and group work.
HUGE THANK YOU TO PURPLE PARENTING AND THE BRIDGE FOR DONATING THEIR TIME AND EXPERTISE – AND ROOM HIRE – TO SUPPORT #KNOWVEMBER.