Parenting Communication Skills
As caregivers, we’ve all had those struggles trying to communicate with our children. Your child isn’t sharing what is going on in their lives. You find yourself lecturing or nagging. They are lost in their electronics and ignore what you are trying to say. You aren’t sure how to communicate appropriately to your child’s age.
To effectively communicate with your child you must first build a relationship with them. You also need an understanding of their brain development. After this, you can learn how to communicate with your child in more effective ways: listening to understand, having empathy, and being present.
Who can attend?
Any caregiver aged 18 or over who is parenting a child or youth
What will you learn?
- the importance of attachment in communication
- basics about children’s brain development
- effective communication strategies
- tips for being a better listener
- how to show empathy to your child
- why being present in the moment helps
How much does it cost?
$50 per person or $75 per couple
We are dedicated to supporting families of all income levels. If needed, you can apply for a subsidy by selecting “I require subsidy” in the workshop registration form.