Apart from the programmes and workshops, we are also able to conduct talks on a range of topics related to marriage, family, and fathering. They are 1 hour in duration (45-minute presentation with a 15-minute Q&A) and are suitable for events or lunchtime talks.
How to have Quality Time (new in 2020)
Balancing work and family life is a constant struggle with no solution in sight. Having more time with children is something nearly every parent wish for but can’t have. But is more time the only answer? What if you can turn every minute you have with your children into Quality Time? It’s possible, you know. In this talk, the key ingredients of Quality Time will be revealed to you. You will also learn what destroys Quality Time.
No-Drama Discipline (new in 2020)
Kids misbehave. Parents react. Kids react (to parents’ reaction). Tears flow. Rinse, lather, and repeat. There must be another way to discipline our children without having to endure the drama. No-drama discipline is an approach of child discipline that is based on brain development science that will help your children move from reactivity to receptivity. Besides de-escalating the conflict, you will be building your child’s brain and strengthing the bond with him or her.
How to be an Authoritative Parent
Authoritative Parenting is the most recommended method of parenting which will not only benefit your child but also improve the parent-child relationship into adolescence. Learn the benefits of Authoritative Parenting and the 5 elements of becoming an Authoritative Parent.
Let’s Connect: How to connect at the emotional level with your child
Some times our children will say and do things that frustrate parents. What can parents do to remain calm and connect with their children at an emotional level? This skill is the foundation for conflict resolution and problem-solving.
Parenting As A Team (f.k.a. Shared Parenting)
Traditional parenting times were divided along gender lines. Mothers were the childcarers while fathers were the breadwinners. Modern parenting, however, had changed. The roles are now more or less interchangeable. They are a team and must work as one. What can undermine this team? What must parents look out for? How can they strengthen the bond and understanding so that they can co-parent effectively?
Stages of Development
According to Erik Erikson, there are 8 developmental stages in life and every one of them counts. A knowledge of these stages will provide parents with a framework by which to calibrate their parenting methods and focus. It will help them understand the needs of their child based on their age and how to support their child’s emotional growth and development.
Parenting in a Digital Age
“At what age should children be given a mobile device?” That is one of the most common question parents ask. But is that the right question? Digital technology is here to stay. It is literally everywhere in our homes – not only the devices in our pockets but the invisible electromagnetic waves that flood our homes. There is no known way for us to insulate ourselves from it, so we might as well accept it. The key to managing technology well is to know the place it has in our homes and how to keep it there. We do not want our children to be fearful of technology but rather we hope that they will be tech-wise.
Read Aloud To Me
Reading aloud the children is one of the most common practices of parents. It has many benefits for the child, and best of all it is free and can be done anywhere and at any time. Learn how reading aloud can help in your child’s cognitive, emotional, and social development. Learn to make wise choices when selecting books and e-books for your young child. Learn to navigate the wild, west of apps by knowing what to look out for before downloading from the App Store or Google Play.
Children nowadays are under tremendous pressure to perform in many areas of their lives. The home is a sanctuary, a safe haven for the child. But, is it? This talk will help parents know how to reduce stress in their children and teach coping methods to their children.
Play: More than just fun
The opposite of play is not work, as we usually think it is. It is something more serious. This talk will give parents a better understand about play – what it is and isn’t, and how important it is to a child’s development and well being, and for adults as well.