Emotion Coaching:  Connecting When Children Have BIG FEELINGS

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.

*Additional Parenting classes can be found at https://www.bethgoss.com

Note:  Due to COVID all classes will be held online.  Video invites will be sent out prior to the class.

6:00-8:00pm                                                $50.00 per couple

Tuesday, October 27

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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Tuesday, June 15, 2021

 

 


     
                                                                                                        

 

“The single most valuable learning experience we’ve ever had!  What an incredible range of class offerings which will have profound effects on our new family”

“Take advantage of every option offered; each workshop was encouraging and validating for both my relationship with my partner and building confidence as we pioneer our path as parents.”

“If new parents could take only a couple workshops, these would be THEM!  We left this wonderful educational experience together with skills and tools to keep our relationship strong as we are becoming parents – together.”