Parent Empowerment Training
5 Hour Webinar for CE Units
Improve Parenting Practices Through Prevention
This multimedia presentation is for counselors, psychologists, teachers, and marriage and family therapists who want to increase the success of their clients in raising emotionally and mentally stable children, ages zero to five. This is an informative and engaging course that is research-based and provides real-life examples. You will learn how to teach your clients how to have an easier and less stressful parenting experience.

Five expert speakers address the following topics:
  • Secure parent-child attachment and bonding for emotional well-being, resilience, and vital brain development
  • Different attachment styles that affect adult relationships later in life
  • An easy-to-use discipline method
  • A proven way to emotionally coach a child
  • Understanding relationship problems that are caused by men and women experiencing the world differently, and how to resolve these problems
  • Incorporating balance into lifestyles
  • Ways technology affect a child’s brain and how to utilize healthy strategies around technology
  • Ways technology affects a child’s brain and how to utilize healthy strategies around technology
Total video webinar length: 5 hr 19 min. This webinar includes an exam which can be used with Continuing Education Credit providers to satisfy your state licensing requirements.
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Who should watch this video:
  • Anyone parenting children zero to five
  • Women and men interested in understanding the difference between the minds of Males and Females
  • People who want to have better relationships and communication with their partners and children
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