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Fortnightly Attachment Play Workshop. Effective discipline thats fun!
Sat, 27 May 2017, 10:00 – Sat, 8 Jul 2017, 13:00 BST
Do you want your child/ren to listen to you?
Would you like to yell less and laugh more?
Do you want to prevent challenging behaviour using mainly playfulness and fun?
Would you like your child/ren to access their true co-operative selves?
Do you want to learn different ways you can effectively change their behaviour?
Would you like to learn playful ways to stay connected with your children?
Would you like a different way to respond other than rewards and punishments?
If you, like me, find the daily challenges of parenting exhausting you too will find these tools life changing.
Perhaps you get easily fustrated that they don't or won't listen?
Maybe your child wants to jump on the bed just before bedtime and your feel angry?
Perhaps your child is continuously using rude words?
Or you're worried that they aren't eating properly?
Perhaps you're tired of your child not getting their things ready on time and leaving the house ends in shouting and tears?
Or you feel like teeth brushing is a constant battle?
If you like me want to still help your child do these necessary things using a more gentle approach. Then this course is for you! This specific workshop is designed by Marion Rose (Level 2 AwP Instructor in Australia) It is based on the book Attachment Play by Aletha Solter. Dr Solter is the founder of the Aware Parenting Approach.
During the 4 sessions which are run fortnightly we will spend 3 hours each week to delve deeper into the healing mechanism of play and how it can transform your relationships creating more connection and laughter in your home. It ill be run from my home in SE19 South London from 10am-1pm. Dates: 27th May, 10th June, 24th June and 8th July.
Week 1: How to elicit co-operation away from the time of conflict.
Week 2: Power, separation, loving limits and tears and tantrums.
Week 3: Nonsense games and regression games.
Week 4: Physcial contact games and symbolic play.
'I would absolutely recommend the course, it should be on the school curriculum. I think if all 'parents were aware' we would have a much better world. Thank you so much for helping me bring up my children better.' Sara, SE London
'I would definitely recommend the workshop to everyone. It was interesting to see how for all participants the workshop become like counselling session. We all opened our hearts to talk about things we struggling with in our parenthood. Just seeing the support of each other and learning all the tips from Rebecca how to deal with our every day fights with our children which can simply be transform for a play and fun relations was an amazing experience and help me to understand myself and my children.' Ula, London
Dear Rebecca, thank you so much for giving me the chance to go to your workshops. Yesterday, after the first session it felt that being a parent is just a piece of cake :-) great liberation I felt!' Jana, London