Effective child management is typically impacted by parenting beliefs and values that influence our parenting abilities (90%) and the implementation of specific parenting skills (10%).
Online PR News – 07-January-2010 – – Surprise, Arizona - 1/7/2010 - Effective child management is typically impacted by parenting beliefs and values that influence our parenting abilities (90%) and the implementation of specific parenting skills (10%).
This live powerful one-hour webinar explores parental beliefs and values (the 90%) that could limit or reduce child behavior improvement. Unless these beliefs and values are identified and addressed, very little progress, if any, can be made to improve child misbehavior. In addition, this webinar explores factors to rule out before starting a behavior management program for children, factors that affect how we choose to raise children, how emotional problems affect child discipline, and what we should do if our beliefs and values are challenged when learning new skills.
Mark Lakewood, CEO of Building Strong Families National Seminars, parenting expert, author of the Sudden Compliance Program (an evidence-based parenting program for parents of strong-willed children), and distinguished professional speaker, is the presenter.
Those who attend this webinar will receive as our gift the "Standing Up To Bullying" bullying prevention computer game for children.
To learn when this powerful webinar is scheduled and to pre-register to attend this webinar, those interested are asked to visit http://www.Top10ParentingMythsAndMisconceptions.info or phone us toll-free 800-777-0955.
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