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FLOURISH PARENTING WORKSHOPS
What you do as a parent is potentially the most influential, challenging and rewarding job in the world. But sometimes it can feel overwhelming and exhausting ..
Focusing on good science and creating a positive family culture, Flourish Parenting Workshops help parents understand how the brain works and how emotions and reactions can be mastered and controlled, both for themselves and their children. The participants are parents of all ages, experiences and contexts. The atmosphere is relaxed and encourages sharing ideas and support as well as a laugh!
Flourish Parenting Workshops run annually over a weekend, Friday 7.00 - 9.30pm followed by Saturday 9.30am - 3:00pm.
The workshop is available at four different locations in Sydney and the Illawarra region on south coast of NSW.
Course dates and locations are being finalised for 2019. To register your interest (with no obligation), please click the REGISTER NOW button. If you have any queries, you can send them through as well.
FLOURISH PARENTING WORKSHOPS - 2018
Friday evening 7:00 - 9:30pm and Saturday 9:30am - 3:00pm
DATES & LOCATIONS: (Dates to be confirmed)
COST: $50 per person
Payable by PayPal, credit card or bank transfer - an invoice is issued upon registration.
Partners attend for free! Because we believe that it's really helpful for both partners to be consistent in parenting, we want to encourage both pf you to attend by making the second partner free! This means your partner can attend a Flourish Parenting Workshop together with you, or even on another weekend at another location (to help with the babysitting). Please register BOTH partners separately and mention the other partner's name in the comment section, so you get the discount.
If you have any questions about the cost or course details, just CONTACT US.
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