Classroom Style Offerings for Parents and Caretakers

Congratulations!

You are taking an important step to reducing the stress in your family and having more fun!  Below are some professional development opportunities.  Click on the link or call the number listed to register and take the first step to put the FUN back in your parenting!


 Becoming a Love and Logic Parent™  Put the fun back in parenting!

This six-week course helps parents and children establish a rewarding relationship built upon love and trust. Topics include:

  • Responsibility
  • Control
  • Ownership
  • Setting limits
  • Empathy
  • Consequences

The material covered is appropriate for parents, grandparents and care providers of children age birth to 18 years.

Next Class: April 10 through March 8, 2017. Click here to register

Contact kristen.bruder@ces.uwex.edu for more information


 Trauma Informed Parenting

Are you caring for a child who has experienced trauma? This nine week class will help:

  • prepare you to welcome children into your home
  • manage the wide array of behaviors children present
  • cope with agency regulations, policies, and paperwork
  • you learn skills and techniques to influence your child’s behavior and attitudes
  • learn ways to reduce the stress of parenting a traumatized child

Contact kristen.bruder@ces.uwex.edu for more information


The Financial Coach Program

Having difficulty reaching your financial goals?

Create an on-going relationship with a budget coach to:

  • work through household finance issues
  • identify financial hardships
  • set realistic goals that you can follow and achieve!

For your own personal, confidential coach call the UW-Extension Office at 232-1636 or e-mail kristen.bruder@ces.uwex.edu.


Are You Ready?

The College Transition

A curriculum that focuses on specific solutions and best practices in preventing problems for students during the transition to college.

Today’s high school senior is at risk of a number of mental and physical health risks when he/she enters college. According to Dr. Richard Kadison, Chief of Mental Health Services at Harvard University Health Services, a student in college today has the chance of almost one in two of becoming depressed to the point of being unable to function; one in two that binge drinking will become a regular habit and one in ten students will seriously consider suicide. College counseling centers across the country report increased frequency and severity of students’ mental health concerns.

The transition poses challenges for parents, too, as they watch their child take another big step toward independence and wonder how to stay connected while letting go, especially when the child may be hundreds of miles away.

A new program created by UW-Extension in cooperation with college campuses in northwestern Wisconsin aims to help students and their parents to plan ahead for a smooth transition.

UW-Extension county faculty from Washburn, Pierce, Dunn and St. Croix counties conducted local research at UW-Barron County and UW-River Falls, and combined it with additional research from statewide and national sources to prepare a curriculum that focuses on real solutions for preventing problems during post-high school education.

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