You gather and we will help you grow.
Invite your friends to gather together for a morning, an afternoon or an evening of Family Life Education. You decide the topic from our Gather and Grow menu and we will present the information and conduct discussions that will be informational, applicable and inspiring.
Gather your neighborhood, church, work, school or book club friends together and we will meet in Grow’s workshop room. So let’s get together and Grow our parenting or marital skills together.
Please contact Pam Caine for details, fees and to discuss what presentation is best for you:
630-256-8378 ext. 105
Possible Topic Ideas:
The whole-brain way to calm the chaos, nurture your child's developing mind and help them grow their emotional intelligence.
Learn a simple, orderly and effective way to simplify our homes and reduce stress while allowing more room for connection, creativity and relaxation.
Talking to your Tweens and Teens
Learn concrete skills that will help to open up the lines of communication, encourage cooperation and foster greater responsibility.
Learn the importance of addressing pornography, it’s impact on growing brains and how to protect your children from its negative and harmful effects.
Gottman Seven Principles Program
Learn the Seven Principles that guide couples on a path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship. This educational workshop teaches partners new approaches for improving friendship, resolving conflicts, creating new common ground, and achieving greater levels of intimacy.
Gottman’s Emotion Coaching: The Heart of Parenting
Help your children build emotional intelligence and navigate life’s ups and downs. (Strong emotional intelligence is a better predictor of success than high intellectual intelligence.)
Love and Logic Parenting
Love our kids enough to set and enforce limits with compassion and empathy by allowing them to make decisions, affordable mistakes and experience natural or logical consequences.
Explore, identify and focus on your parenting strengths and your children’s strengths as a way to increase positive family energy and warm relationships.
S.O.S. (Silence Our Screens)
Discuss the influence of electronic “screens” on our family life and learn ways to control them while teaching our children to develop the awareness and self-discipline to monitor their own usage.