SAVE THE DATE! On Monday, Oct. 28, the Elementary School Counseling Department is sponsoring “Teaching Kids to Listen, Have Respect & Do Their Work,” presented by Dr. Randy Cale.
The program will be held from 6:30-8 p.m. at Latham Ridge. Free child care will be provided. Sign up sheets will be coming home with students.
About the program
With the right parenting tools, you can:
- End the misery with daily homework battles and quickly build more responsibility!
- Get your kids out of an academic rut and get them back on the path to success!
- Stop the disrespect & talking back while chores & homework get done finally!
- Promote healthy habits in your children and expand their motivation to excel!
This is not just another parenting talk. Dr Cale will give you the answers to get control of your home, and end all that misery from negativity, defiance and disrespect. Take home the specific parenting tools to help get your child on the path to success & satisfaction. Why not take a few minutes to learn how to end the gloom and stop the battles?
During this presentation, you will have the opportunity to learn about the most important lessons that are undermining your child’s success. These teachings will get you out of old ruts and habits that likely are driving you crazy (and NOT bringing the results you would like to see from your child). Learn to stop repeating yourself, end the battles over homework and responsibilities … and set your child on the path to independence.
These parenting lessons can be instrumental to your child’s success and happiness, so please attend. It’s free! Why not join us?
Your presenter for this workshop will be Dr. Randy L. Cale. He is a licensed psychologist, author, speaker, and parenting coach. You may have seen him on NBC, Fox News or read his articles in the various magazines & newspapers. He has also created numerous parenting solutions, available now in digital form. As part of his practice, he now offers Neurofeedback Mapping (Qeeg), & Neurofeedback Training, with a focus on helping children and adults with ADD/ADHD, anxiety, OCD and depression.