PATH Parenting Workshop

Brisbane, Australia – 19 Feb 2014

“An Introduction to PATH Parenting”
with Scott Noelle

author of
The Daily Groove
How To Enjoy Parenting... Unconditionally!

Wed, 19 February, 2014, at 7:00 PM
(ends at 8:30pm, followed by Q&A
and optional supper until 9:30pm)

Workshop will be held at a private home in Waterford (30 minutes drive south of Brisbane CBD, Exit 24 M1). Address and full details will be sent to you after you register.

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About This Workshop

(from the event flyer)

If you've ever felt the frustration and powerlessness of not knowing how to handle parenting challenges without resorting to outdated, fear-based, adversarial parenting methods, then Scott Noelle has just what you need to get on a PATH to success.

PATH Parenting is Scott's simple solution to the complex challenge of empowering parents without dis­empowering children. Scott teaches parents how to create a peaceful, joyful, harmonious family life by following four positive pathways to power:

Partnership, Authenticity, Trust, and Heart.

In this 90-minute presentation and workshop, Scott will show you how to propel yourself forward on each of the Four Pathways with "power moves" — specific actions that work even when you're stressed out. PATH Parenting gives you confidence that you can always find a solution that will make your parent-child relation­ship stronger, more respectful, more loving, and more fun!

For more than 15 years, life coach Scott Noelle has been empowering parents who want to live in harmony with their children — creating a Partnership Culture, one family at a time.

Child-friendly measures: Scott recom­mends parents attend without their children unless the separation would be developmentally inappropriate. Of course, babes in arms are welcome, but toddlers and small children are naturally more "wild" and may not do well in this adult workshop environment.

For parents who need to bring one or more active children with them, there will be a kids' movie provided in a separate room, downstairs from the workshop. Some parents may also want to bring a helper to stay present in the movie room and attend to their children's needs, so the parents can focus on the workshop. Childcare is not provided. See also: Child-friendly Events

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