Classes & Groups
Parenting During a Pandemic: Managing Conflict at Home
Thursday, June 11, 2:00-3:00pm
Online via Zoom
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Sibs don't have to be rivals! In fact, for the foreseeable future, they are going to be each other's only playmates. In this class, we're NOT going to talk about how to prevent sibling rivalry or how to ignore it. We're going to play with the idea that we can create teachable moments within conflict. We'll learn how to get down on the floor and in the middle of an argument to help kids of any age to resolve their conflicts peacefully, and eventually all by themselves. Just imagine all of that peace and quiet...
Taught by Beth Proudfoot, LMFT.
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When Everything is a Battle: Dealing with Oppositional and Defiant Behaviors (a 3-part series)
**Rescheduling due to public health department recommendation**
Until we are able to reschedule When Everything is a Battle, please view the Trailblazing Parenting videos from Beth Proudfoot, LMFT by scrolling down this page or visit us on YouTube.
Location: Campbell Public Library, Children's Alcove
77 Harrison Ave, Campbell, CA
Tired of arguing?
Find yourself yelling all the time?
Running out of ideas? (and patience?)
Find out how to parent a child or teen with oppositional and defiant behaviors effectively and with grace in this 3-part series.
Sign up today to start paving your way to a more peaceful home!
Taught by Inda Brink, LMFT
Several of our therapists speak for school and business groups throughout Northern California. See below for some of the topics we offer.
A five-session course created and taught by Beth Proudfoot, LMFT. Each session stands on its own and can be presented separately. Videos of the full class are below:
Vision: Creating a Roadmap for Successful Parenting
Parenting classes taught by Marte Matthews, LMFT
Common Myths About Gifted and Talented Youth
Gentle Discipline for the Preschool Child
What's the Big Deal About Food Allergies?
Parenting the Gifted Child
Do you need to attend parenting classes to satisfy a court requirement?
Sorry, CFCG classes do not meet the requirement for court. Please see the list of parenting classes that meet court requirements from Santa Clara County: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/cac/Documents/resources/ParentingClasses0507.pdf