Positive Discipline: Parenting with Confidence Workshops Begin January 4

Hilltown Community Health CenterEvents

Would you like to: Reduce power struggles? Find more joy in parenting? Discipline with kindness and firmness? Encourage personal responsibility?

Research has demonstrated the importance of social and emotional learning, even above academics. Positive Discipline parenting tools teach valuable social and life skills without using any form of punishment, rewards, praise, permissiveness and even logical consequences—at least hardly ever.

Facilitated by Kim Savery, Certified Positive Discipline Trainer, we will cover strategies that are both common sense and research based, including:

  • Using routines effectively
  • Creating a Wheel of Choice with your child
  • Strengthening your child’s problem-solving skills
  • Finding solutions together with family meetings

Twice per month from 5pm-7pm on Thursday evenings at RH Conwell School in Worthington beginning January 4. This will be an 8-session workshop. Childcare available with registration. For more information or to register, contact: Kim Savery at 667-2203 ext. 310 or ksavery@hchcweb.org

Dates for future classes include:

Jan 18

Feb 1 and 15

Mar 1 and 15

Apr 5 and 26

May 3 (snow date)

This series is made possible through a collaboration between the Worthington School District and the Hilltown Community Health Centers and the Coordinated Family and Community Engagement Grant from the MA Department o Early Education and Care.


Mass Dept of Early Education-Care