Parenting through the Toddler years: Introductory Workshop

Workshop for parents/caregivers with children 12-36 months


The first three years of life are when your child's most dramatic brain development occurs. During these early years, parents have the profound opportunity to nurture their child’s cognitive, social, and emotional development through connected, responsive parenting.  This workshop seeks to support parents of toddlers by offering a glimpse into their child's rapidly developing brain, an overview of typical developmental milestones, and guidelines for setting developmentally appropriate expectations (“When is my son old enough to know how to share his toys?” “Why does my daughter run away when I tell her to sit down?”). We will practice evidence-based positive discipline strategies to navigate challenging toddler behaviors and set appropriate limits, while maintaining a strong connection with your child through the toddler years.

This workshop leads to an in-depth, five-week Parenting Through the Toddler Years series.

 

Upcoming Sessions:

  • Tuesday, September 26, 7:30-9pm - Recess Urban Recreation - REGISTER HERE
  • Tuesday, October 17, (Kaiser: Mission Bay campus): 5-7pm -  Please note: You do NOT need to be a Kaiser member to participate, but Kaiser members receive discounted tuition. For more information and to register, call the Kaiser Health Education Department at (415) 833-3450 or email SFHealthEd@kp.org.

 

“Your positive parenting suggestions work like a charm! We’ve already experienced less crying and fewer tantrums with our newly honed skills. Many thanks and we hope to participate again soon!”
— -Laura, parent participant