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Parenting Skills

Classes and Workshops for Parents & Teachers on topics such as

  • Raising a Spirited Child
  • Handling Parent Anger
  • Positive Discipline
  • Managing Sibling Rivalry
  • Single Parenting
  • Building Family Self-Esteem
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Parent Education classes and workshops run from 1.5 hours to 8- week classes.

See WORKSHOPS for upcoming parenting classes and workshops in the San Francisco Bay Area.
See WORKSHOPS to arrange workshops for groups outside the Bay Area

Parent Coaching Sessions

I had an amazing experience with Pnina as a Parenting Coach.  Her methods brought out the spirit and energy of my child without leaving our home.  Her constructive play exercises along with her remarkably perceptive feedback helped me identify problems in dealing with my seven year old.  After that it was easy to implement her suggestions for avoiding power struggles and dispersing anger gently and manageably.  She is a catalogue of practical knowledge on relating to children behaving at their very worst.  I regularly refer to her notes when interacting with my child.  In this way I feel I nurture the best behavior my boy has ever exhibited!

-Pete Pennington

  • For individuals
  • For couples
  • For families

One-hour sessions are tailored to meet parents’ specific needs.

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I'm Somebody - Disabilities and Abuse Prevention Programs

Training programs for potential trainers (parents, educators, mental health agency staff, and other caregivers who want to implement I’m Somebody programs in their community.

Training includes learning to deliver one or both of the following programs:

    1. I’m Somebody
      Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs for Children in elementary and middle school with physical, vision* learning, emotional, and cognitive disabilities.

    2. I’m Somebody, Too!
      Sexuality, Socialization, and Self-Protection (the 3 S’s.) Programs for Teens and Adults with Developmental Disabilities

* Programs for children with hearing impairments and deafness using the Keeping Kids Safe and I'm Somebody curricula are available through UCSF Center on Deafness. For more information, please contact Nancy Moser, Director, UCCD, at: nmoser@LPPi.ucsf.edu

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Keeping Kids Safe – Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Programs for the General Population

Training programs for potential trainers (parents, teachers, and other caregivers) who want to implement Keeping Kids Safe in their community.

Training includes learning to deliver programs for:

  • Young children ages 3-7 years. (Early Childhood Curriculum)
  • Elementary aged children, 8-11 years. (Elementary Curriculum)
  • Parents and Teachers and other community members
  • Parent & Teacher information sessions Training for Trainers (parents, teachers and other caregivers) to deliver Keeping Kids Safe Programs

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