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Parenting Classes
  • Do you see yourself as a reasonably “good” parent and are interested in learning more ways of being a “good” parent?  Then this class is probably for you!

  • Do you see yourself as a reasonably “good” parent and your spouse/partner as being deficient in parenting skills?  Then this class is probably for both of you!

  • Do you see yourself as a reasonably “good” parent who, at times, gets tangled in conversations with your child that seem a bit irrational?  Then this class is probably for you!

  • Do you see yourself as an incompetent parent and believe someone will find out soon and report you to Childrens Protective Services?  Then this class is probably for you!

  • Are you aware of times when you treat your child in ways that are hard for you to admit, and know there is no way you would treat your friend’s child the way you treat your child?  Then this class is probably for you!

If any or all of the above situations apply to you, then keep reading and consider signing up for this parenting class!

As parents, western culture seems to think we instinctively know how to parent our child in healthy, constructive ways.  However, most parents do not have these “instincts” and instead usually fumble through doing the best they can.

This parenting class holds that parenting isn’t something that is done to a child, but is the relationship you develop with your child.  With this in mind, western culture still is not helpful in providing the knowledge, tools and techniques necessary to develop a deep understanding of ourselves, which can lead to a deep understanding of our children.  It is this deep understanding that is the foundation for developing a healthy, constructive, supportive relationship with your child.

Unfortunately, the kinds of things that are taught in substance abuse rehabilitation centers, and anger management classes are not part of the general education curriculum in the United States.  In my opinion, if children were taught about what feelings and thoughts are, and how they relate to each other and what they feel like in their body and what to do with them, then our children would probably be happier, healthier, and more successful in school and in life.

To find out more about parenting classes or to register for an upcoming class please complete the message form on this page, call (916) 541-5346 or click here to send an email.

Nancy Gregory, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

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