KIDS, PARENTS & POWER STRUGGLES
and breakfast-Open to faculty and fellows
Power struggles with our kids are no fun but they offer us an opportunity to recognize and work with our child’s temperament instead of fighting against it. We will look at two aspects of temperament that significantly shape family life: introversion/extraversion and the thinking/feeling preferences. You will leave with some concrete tools for identifying these preferences in your child and why it can make all the difference in reducing power struggles and building strong parent- child relationships.
January 19 and January 26, 2018 This two-part series requires attendance at both sessions.
Attendance limited to 20 faculty.
Breakfast will be served.
Speaker Jani Holyan is the Coordinator for Parent Education for Clayton Schools. She has worked for 10 years in Clayton seeing families in Parents as Teachers, leading workshops for parents from the early childhood years through adolescence and doing individual coaching with parents. She is certified to administer both the Myers Briggs Type Inventory and the Murphy-Meisgeier Type Indicator for children ages 7-18. She has an MA in Counseling from Seattle University and has 2 grown children.