Changing Child's Behaviors Live Workshop Series
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Jill Vetstein, owner and founder of Nurturing Parents and Teachers, for two live workshop events this September at Babies in Common in Grafton, MA. These workshops may be taken separately, or together.
You can take this individual training and walk away with empowering insights and tools, or you can pair it up with my Modifying Your Children's Behaviors Training and benefit your new found knowledge with real concrete tactics to ignite change! When you take both workshops you experience the full package of transformation in yourself and in your children.
Babies in Common
28 Grafton Common
Jill Vetstein's Nurturing Parents and Teachers
Welcome to Nurturing Parents and Teachers. I am Jill Vetstein, LICSW, CEIS, founder, and owner of Nurturing Parents and Teachers. My goal is to provide high quality training for parents, caregivers and early childhood providers in every situation. I understand and respect the fact that every child, parent, childcare provider, and caregiver has his or her own temperament, style, and personality.
Every daycare and home has its own unique circumstances and strengths. What works for one family may not work for others. What may work best for one child is not necessarily the best approach for another child. No matter what the circumstances, I can teach you how to improve relationships and behaviors with a positive approach. The focus will be on positive discipline, teaching moments, and building a child’s self worth. Both you and your child will gain a new level of confidence.
Every question is thoroughly explored and answered whether services are one-on-one or in a workshop atmosphere. Personal visits take place in Massachusetts. Webcam and telephone consultations and training are available worldwide. As a Developmental Specialist and founder of Nurturing Parents and Teachers, I offer education and coaching for parents, caregivers, teachers, and childcare providers for children from birth to five years of age.