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Bristol Hospital offers help with difficult childen

Bristol Hospital Photo (c) Mike Uchalid

Bristol Hospital Photo (c) Mike Uchalid

Are you struggling with a child who just “doesn’t seem to fit the mold?” These children are sometimes called “spirited,” “difficult,” “challenging”, or just plain intense. In many cases, these are the kids where the usual parenting models seem to be ineffective or even to backfire. If you have one of these children in your household – this program is for you! Class will be co-facilitated by a certified parent educator and a retired school psychologist.

• Discover strategies on how to break patterns of negative responses

• Role play various scenarios to learn the right balance between being positive and setting limits

• One copy of “An Interactive Guide to The Nurtured Heart Approach” will be raffled off the last night of class

Mondays, Mondays, March 6 and 13, 2017 (6 PM to 8 PM)
$14/parent or $16/childcare provider

A sliding fee scale and scholarships are available to low-income families thanks to grants from the Petit Family Foundation, the Bristol Brass General Grant Fund, the Douglas and Noreen Schumann Special Interest Fund, and the Main Street Community Foundation in partnership with the Stocker Foundation.

Space is limited: Call today to register!
(860) 585-3895 or e-mail cgaray@bristolhospital.org

The Parent and Child Center at Bristol Hospital
9 Prospect Street
Bristol, CT 06010

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