Build parenting skills

with Rachel Wigglesworth

6-8 pm

Teton County Library

Oona, 307-733-2164 x135

Discipline for parents of middle & high schoolers

THURS, FEB 8 (new date and time!)
6-8:00 p.m.

About the workshop

Research shows that strong relationships lead to positive outcomes for young people. Youth who experience developmental relationships get better grades, have higher aspirations for the future, and are more engaged and motivated in their academics. These types of relationships with parents, peers, coaches, or other caring adults can also help youth attain psychological and social skills and character strengths essential for life when they leave the home.

Please join Rachel Wigglesworth and other parents to discuss developmental relationships, and how we can engage with our adolescents during times when their behaviors and reactions seem challenging. During this interactive workshop, participants will discuss discipline and relationship strategies that are drawn from brain science and research-backed ideas of what adolescents need and what we as parents need in order to respond calmly to our kids, set important limits, and teach them the skills they need to become thriving adults. Please come with a discipline or relationship challenge to work on in small groups.

Please register here.

About Rachel Wigglesworth

Rachel Wigglesworth holds a Master’s degree (M.Ed.) in Parent and Family Education, and founded Growing Great Families to meet parents where they are in their everyday parenting challenges and give them tools and understandings to increase satisfaction of their family life. Rachel is passionate about connecting parents with research and ideas about parenting and child development, and providing a place where parents can come and feel supported, engage in community, find their confidence, and learn strategies that will bring more harmony into their homes. Growing Great Families provides empowering community-based and evidence-based parenting classes, consultations, and support in Teton County, WY.

Past Workshops

Discipline for parents of children 0-5 years

4:30-6:30 p.m.

Discipline for parents of elementary school age children

4:30-6:30 p.m.