Live, Interactive, On-Line Parenting Workshop Series
** Register by March 4 to receive FREE book, “Positive Discipline” by Jane Nelsen**
Would you like to:
- yell less
- have fewer power struggles
- connect more
- share the load more
- feel more confident and peaceful in your parenting
- and raise children who are respectful, resilient, and plain old happy?
This live, interactive Parenting with Positive Discipline on-line workshop series will help you show up as the parent you want to be, and create a home where respectful cooperation is the norm. Here’s just some of what you’ll learn over the 8-week class:
- My favorite 3-step ritual to stay cool, calm, and curious in the face of really irritating behavior
- 2 things every child needs for intrinsically motivated cooperation
- Simple, tangible, and effective Positive Discipline tools to reduce defiance, tantrums, back talk and other challenging behaviors
- How to leverage your family team (including your partner) in household responsibilities
- The one principle that matters most in helping your kids to become responsible, respectful, resourceful, and happy adults (and how to put that principle into practice every day)
When: 8 Wednesdays from 12-1:00 p.m. Pacific Time starting March 16, 2016 (ending May 11; no class on April 13) BONUS Q&A and Coaching for whoever can stay on the line from 1:00 – 1:15 weekly.
Where: In the comfort of your own home or office via web video or audio conference. I’ll facilitate each workshop live, via web video conference, and you’ll be able to participate and ask your questions as if we were in a room together live.
How: We will use Zoom web conferencing. If your computer or mobile device is less than 15 years old, you’ll be able to participate! (Except Chromebooks, I’m sorry!) You’ll be given a URL to tune in via web conference OR a phone number if you prefer audio only.
Cost: $269/person or $249/2nd caregiver. Register by March 4 to receive a free book, “Positive Discipline” by Jane Nelsen.
Includes: 8 Classes, supplemental handouts and reading assignments, membership in a private discussion group, and audio downloads.
Wondering how the on-line class works? FAQ’s are below.
How will the interactive, on-line class work?
We will be using Zoom video conferencing which is exceptionally easy to use. You will be given a URL link upon registration which will take you to the virtual classroom at the time of the event. You will see the facilitator on video and will be able to see her computer screen, too. You will have the option of being seen as a participant, or not.
What are the system requirements?
Just about anything MOST people will be using, will work. Chromebooks will NOT be able to work with Zoom, I’m sorry! As long as the computer or smart phone was purchased within the last 15 years (some even longer) you will have no issue. You may also dial in using your phone, with or without camera. For more specific system requirements follow this link.
Can I participate using a mobile device?
Yes. You can use your smart phone with or without video. You can also just dial in with a regular phone for audio only (although I recommend having the ability to see the video, as well as hear the audio.)
Does my computer or phone need a camera to participate?
No. While I hope that most people will participate choose to be seen (because it’s more like a real meeting room that way), you do not need to have a camera and even if you do, you can choose not to use it.
I live outside the United States. Can I participate?
What People Have To Say About Marcilie’s Classes
“I am thrilled to have found Marcilie and her amazing positive discipline class! My husband and I feel so blessed to have three beautiful children who are less than 4 years apart and while it’s so much fun, it’s also far more challenging than we ever expected. Before Marcilie’s class, I would wake up each morning with the best intention of being a kind, patient, and understanding mom. By 5pm each evening, I was over it all. Over the whining, the boundary testing, the stubbornness, I was done.
I have Marcilie to thank for reviving my patience with my children. Her class reminded me that my children are trying to do the right thing and at times variables get in the way. It’s brilliant-she helped me lead with empathy and curiosity, instead of accusations and assumptions. She also taught me that “teachable moments” come when everyone is calm and open to discussion. This was a huge eye opener for me, I am not going to effectively teach and help my children when they are emotionally off balance. My oldest son had a tantrum the other night and in the past I would have lectured him and kept at him until one of us broke. I tried one of Marcilie’s tools, instead of lecturing I sat on the floor and quietly asked him if he would like to be held. It was amazing, he was still crying but came over and sat on my lap. I rocked him until he calmed down, which was a minute later at the most. After he calmed down we were able to quietly talk and it made all the difference in the world.
I would recommend this class to anyone and everyone-parents and child educators alike. I feel so incredibly thankful that I found Marcilie and although my husband and I are far from “perfect” parents, we feel so much better equipped to handle the challenges and emotions of our wonderful children.”
Marcilie Smith Boyle, MBA, CPCC, CPDT helps busy parents and professionals find more peace, purpose, and joy in parenting. A Certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator and Leadership Coach, she leverages her previous sixteen-year consulting and marketing career to ensure her clients get a return on their coaching investment. She earned her MBA from Harvard Business School, BA from Dartmouth, and CPCC from The Coaches Training Institute. She loves living in Oakland with her husband and three wonderful school-aged children.