If you have ever seen a child struggle to feel secure and wanted to help
wished that parent teenager conversations left both of you feeling heard, understood and respected
if you have ever felt compassion at the awkward feelings and actions of a teen at puberty,
then you might enjoy learning the Four Parenting Pillars to Grow Great Kids!
This is an educational program that takes into account all types of learners: visual learners, auditory learners and kinesthetic learners. Using video, discussion questions, audio, quizzes and application exercises, you will learn:
If you are a parent, you may be looking for the next step in learning how to enforce rules or being both a friend and ally to your teen. This course will help you learn skills that compliment what you have already mastered.
If you are expecting your first baby, you may be wanting to keep close connection with your lover as you transition into being a good parent. This course will help you create the ideal home environment to honor both commitments.
If you are teacher who wants to connect better with students, this course will help you change thoughts and habits that may be getting in the way of you being the best teacher you can be to preschool, elementary school, high school and college students.
Maybe you are a tween, teen or young adult who wants to understand why you and your parents or teachers never seem to be on the same page. This course will help you master the steps of your own life transitions and communications so you successfully transition to being an independent adult.
Dr. Lori Barr will give you the knowledge and let you practice skills that will help you become a better friend, lover and parent.
It could even help you communicate better with your pet!
Who is Lori L. Barr, M. D. and why should you listen to her about something as private as parenting?
These are the fundamental stages of child development as described by Dr. Marie Montessori. Parents will learn how to boost their child's success and self confidence at each level.
According to Dr. Maria Montessori, ages 0 to 12 are the years of normalization. Dr. Lori Barr explains what that means to you as a savvy parent.
According to Dr. Maria Montessori, valorization occurs between 12 and 18 years of age. Dr. Lori Barr explains how that can feel to you as a parent and how to be proactive with your communication.
Dr. Lori Barr describes the most vulnerable points in child development where your actions as a parent really can support your child's growth toward independence.
Dr. Lori Barr offers questions for thought and discussion following your digestion of the first parenting pillar: Grasp Their Growth.
Test your knowledge on a few key points you should remember.
Now that you know how roadblocks are defined for this program, Dr. Barr lets you know who slows down from them.
Dr. Barr explains how ideas enter the mind and how habits form.
Here are the steps required to remove a personal roadblock.
Test your knowledge of a few important take aways about removing roadblocks.
Whether communication is between two people or two computers, these conditions must be met for it to be complete.
Here are the five steps to communicate clearly as a human.
Learn from Dr. Thomas Gordon's model of problem ownership before you decide how to communiccare.
Holding the space is a great way to think about completely listening to another. What a great gift to give them!
The i-message is a great way to communicate without blame.
The you-message is a blameful form of communication.
Recognizing a values conflict early and applying a method of no-lose conflict resolution are critical skills for a parent to master.
Test your knowledge on a few key points about communicating clearly.
Effective nurturing is cyclical. Here are the four steps.
Restore these important things to recharge your energy quickly.
Relax and encourage others to do the same.
These resources must be renewed to serve you as a family.
If you have lost these feelings, work to reclaim them now,
Test your knowledge on a few important take aways about nurturing your nest.
A great big thank you to these external production resources.
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Lori L. Barr, M. D. is the author of the best-selling book, Think & Grow Well. She is an internationally recognized pediatric radiologist and an expert in medical diagnostic imaging, stress and vibrant living. In her medical practice she helps on average 18,137 patients and their doctors each year. She served for five years as the medical director of the Dell Children's Imaging Center. She is the inventor of the patented Ease-o-Stat, a tool that helps people be more proactive about good and bad stress each day. Both the American College of Radiology and the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine named her as a fellow for teaching, research, clinical care and community advocacy. As a certified communications and coaching expert, Dr. Barr develops effectiveness and leadership strategies with her proteges.