Becoming Emotionally Attuned With Your Baby$50.00Add to cartView Cart
Children need to feel a strong connection to the adults in their lives. Infants thrive when their needs are met and they feel loved and understood. Yet how do we connect with our babies on an emotional level when they're so young? This 2-hour class (webinar) will:
- *Explain the importance of "responsive parenting"
- *Explore infant temperaments, as well as your own
- *Give you tools to support your baby when they're having "big feelings"
- *Teach you how to co-regulate emotions, so that your child will eventually learn to SELF-regulate
6:00-8:00pm $50.00 per couple
April 15th, 2021 (6:00-8:00pm Pacific Time)
June 27th, 2021 *(10:00-noon Pacific Time)
July 15th, 2021 (6:00-8:00pm Pacific Time
August 8th, 2021 (6:00-8:00pm Pacific Time)
Emotion Coaching: Connecting When Children Have BIG FEELINGS$50.00Add to cartView Cart
Children need to feel connected to the adults in their lives, even when they're yelling at us to "go away!" Our kids tend to have very intense feelings - anger, sadness, joy - and it's our job to help them navigate those feelings and get their needs met in a socially acceptable way. This 2-hour class (webinar) will:
- Help you identify your parenting/caregiving style(s)
- Teach you how to support children when they have BIG FEELINGS
- Give you tools to support children while teaching them calming and coping techniques
- Explain how you can set limits on BEHAVIOR, while accepting children's FEELINGS
Emotion Coaching is a research-based method from The Gottman Institute.
Facilitator: Beth Goss is a Certified Gottman Educator and Training Specialist. She is also a tenured faculty member at North Seattle College, where she teaches Parent Education and Child Development.
6:00-8:00pm Pacific Time $50.00 per couple
February 11, 2021
March 11, 2021
May 11, 2021
June 15, 2021
The Grandparents Class$75.00Add to cartView Cart
Throughout the generations, parents look for answers to the biggest parenting questions. The role of grandparents has shifted over time. This class (webinar) describes ways grandparents can offer support and assistance to a new family, and also discusses current trends in birth practices and infant care.
Like expectant parents who are transitioning into a new life with the arrival of their child, grandparents are also going through an exciting transformation.
Information provided on newborn capabilities, how to provide a safe environment for infants, and how to give emotional support to the new parents will assist you in being The best support you can be.
5:00-9:00pm $75.00 per couple
Friday, February 5, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
Friday, April 9, 2021
Friday, May 7, 2021
Friday, June 4, 2021
All classes will be held online.
Video invites will be sent out prior the the class
Zero to Five hardcover, author signed$30.00Add to cartView Cart
The coolest—and easiest—book for new parents" (Parents magazine)
Pregnancy? Newborn baby? Partway through parenthood with a toddler or preschooler? No matter your stage, you could use more calm, more confidence. You could read dozens of parenting books on pregnancy, baby sleep, picky eaters, child psychology, child development, potty training, and discipline. Or you could read Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science.
Journalist Tracy Cutchlow cuts to the chase, summarizing the best parenting research in bite-sized chunks. She knows from her own experience with motherhood: new parents are too busy and sleep-deprived. One tip per page + beautiful photographs = cool + easy.
With the premise that science isn’t perfect, but it’s the best guide we’ve got, Zero to Five draws on scientific research and studies from experts such as Dimitri Christakis (screen time), Diana Baumrind (parenting styles), Adele Diamond (neuroscience and executive function), Carol Dweck (growth mindset), Alison Gopnik (child psychology), John Gottman (marriage and conflict resolution), Megan McClelland (executive function), Patricia Kuhl (language acquisition and brain development), Ellyn Satter (feeding children), Dan Siegel (emotions), Paul Torrance (creative thinking), Grover Whitehurst (literacy and reading comprehension), and more.
Then Cutchlow makes it all readable, for that 2-minute break you’ve got during the day.
This parenting book is for you
…if you like to research all the options so you can find the best
…if you are feeling scared, anxious, or unsure of yourself as a parent (who isn’t?)
…if you like the idea of using science as a filter for the crazy amount of parenting advice out there
…if you want practical, how-to ideas for applying the research -- not just what to do, but ideas for how to do it or how to say it
…if you want to do things differently than your parents did, even though you love them
…if you want word-for-word examples for dealing with specific discipline scenarios (hitting, biting, not sharing, talking back, refusing requests, not listening, and more)
…if you are wondering how to handle television and screen time
…if you are interested in positive discipline or positive parenting
...if you are a dad (or you are with a partner) who probably wouldn't read parenting books
…if you are a grandparent wanting to be up with the latest knowledge about raising kids
...if you are studying for your CDA, or working in early childhood education, and want a reference
...if you work with families and want to recommend or provide evidence-based resources to them
…if you want to feel like you’re enjoying parenting, not just surviving it
Who is using Zero to Five
besides, of course, parents, we've heard from:
Pediatricians. Many keep their copy in the exam room. Some private-practice pediatricians give a copy of Zero to Five to all new parents. Parent educators. "The best I've seen in a long time." "My go-to source." Parenting support groups. Seattle’s largest network, PEPS.org, uses Zero to Five as part of the weekly curriculum, in a "brain development break." Child-care providers. Agencies that train child-care providers. One agency created a training based on Zero to Five. Home visitors. Family therapists and psychologists. "Your book is a big part of my practice." "I recommend it all the time." Childbirth-class teachers. Early-learning advocates. Graduate students in child development.
Zero to Five is your quick and easy guide to the best practices in parenting.
Childbirth Preparation Workshop$50.00Add to cartView Cart
Childbirth Preparation Virtual Workshop - Support for You and Your Baby Every Step of the Way
$50.00 per couple
This two-hour webinar helps you to prepare for Childbirth and gain knowledge and skills to welcome your baby into the world.
While no one can tell you what your birth experience will be like, learning about the process can help you feel prepared, confident and ready for the birth of your baby. This Prepared Childbirth Webinar will provide you with information on the labor process and possible variations, coping skills and postpartum adjustment. Partners will learn ways to be supportive during labor.
Topics Discussed Include:
- Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy
- Pregnancy Warning Signs
- Measuring Progress in Labor
- Stages and Phases of Labor
- Coping Techniques and Comfort Measures
- Pain Medications for Labor
- Induction and Augmentation of Labor
- Labor Variations/Interventions
- Cesarean Birth
- Postpartum Recovery
Classes held 6-8pm $50.00 per couple
Thursday, February 18, 2021
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Thursday, April 29, 2021
Thursday, May 27, 2021
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Bringing Baby Home – A Virtual Workshop$250.00Add to cartView Cart
Bringing Baby Home – Together + Parenting a Newborn to Young Child
Please join us for critical conversations as you and your partner transition to parenthood!
- How do “we” become “three” as a family in the transition to parenthood?
- What happens to us?
- How do we manage conflict and stay connected?
- Do we agree on parenting? What are our parenting roles?
- How do we connect with our infant/child?
- What about intimacy/sex?
- What are our goals and shared values?
Experience our evidence-based and research-tested Bringing Baby Home Workshop which helps couples prepare for life with baby and the joys and challenges of the transition to parenthood – helping couples learn about positively guiding child development
This workshop is dyadic! While virtual, you engage with your partner in all activities to gain practice together with new skills and tools. While in solidarity with other couples “live” online, think of this more as a small “couples retreat,” where you are both focused solely on each other. We provide space for couples to ask questions to the presenters, but you will have total privacy when practicing the skills by turning off video and sound for set amounts of time as well as working on exercises at your convenience between sessions.
All BBH workshops are virtual at 2.5+ (up to 3 hours) x 3 sessions (Weeknights 6:00-8:30pm & Weekends 9:00-11:30am Pacific Time)
*NOTE* Beginning June 2021 all class sessions will be up to 3 hours in duration (9am-noon OR 6-9pm)bruary 12. 26, & March5
January 13, 20, & 27/ January 16, 23, & 30/ January 24, 31, & February 7/ January 26, February 2 & 9/ February 19, 26 & March 5 (9:00-11:30am PT)/February 21, 28, & March 7/ March 6, 13, 20/ March 9, 16, & 23/
April 6, 13, & 20/ April 11, 18, & 25/ May 1, 8, & 15/ May 5, 12, & 19/June 5, 12, 19/ June 7, 14, & 21/ June 17, 24, July 1/
July 10, 17, & 24/ July 11, 18, 25/ Aug. 1, 8, & 15/ Aug. 14, 21,& 28/ Aug. 17, 24, 31/Sept. 18, 25, & Oct. 2/ Oct. 3, 10, & 17
Oct. 30, Nov. 6, & 13/ Nov. 14, 21, & 28/ Dec. 5, 12, & 19
For more information, watch this brief video with Dr. Gottman discussing the BBH program.
Please contact Joni, BBH Education Director and Master Trainer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Cost and Registration
The Three (2.5 - 3.hour) Session Workshop series cost of $250.00 US covers:
- A couple’s (two people) registration
- Participation in all three 2.5 hour sessions (please be sure you both can attend all sessions)
- As the workshop is virtual, babies in arms are welcomed
- Pre-workshop exclusive podcast with BBH Education Director
- Parenting Resources
*Please be certain to have purchased the Bringing Baby Home Digital Materials ($39.00) from The Gottman Institute well in advance of our first session at:
If you are interested in having the actual, hands-on versus digital materials (see description of the BBH Parents Toolkit in the link above), please contact Joni at email@example.com
Classroom Management Training Resource Manual (book)
200+ pages. WE DO NOT SELL THIS RESOURCE MANUAL TO THE GENERAL TEACHING PUBLIC. It is given to participants of our classroom management seminars, and at our on-site trainings conducted in schools and districts. This Resource Manual provides cutting edge ideas, strategies, tips, and techniques which will forever increase your teaching time, student on-task time, and reduce stress for you and your students. Our innovative strategies establish optimal learning environments. You will go way beyond discipline to create a program that will change your students’ behavior.
Teach-To’s: 100 Behavior Lesson Plans and Essential Advice (book)$39.95Add to cartView Cart
100 BEHAVIORAL LESSON PLANS AND ESSENTIAL ADVICE. Every educator knows that curriculum and discipline go hand in hand. We easily prepare academic lesson plans – BUT – what about behavioral lesson plans. This book provides 100 behavioral lesson plans for educators (no need to recreate the wheel – it’s been done for you!). The most useful behavior lessons are included which will save educator’s valuable time and energy and which will help your students to know the expectations of your classroom.
Encouragement, Empowerment, and Excellence in Every Classroom (book)$25.00Add to cartView Cart
Having trained tens of thousands of teachers who teach hundreds of thousands of students, we know that children and adolescents can and will be responsible for their own behavior and for their own learning, but these skills must be taught first. That’s why we have been tirelessly promoting it for over twenty-seven years! This book focuses on proven strategies for teaching important skills to students, evaluating their successes, and certainly focuses on the art of delivering effective consequences when all else fails. Special techniques are outlined for preventing discipline problems and dealing effectively with those that do occur.