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Say Goodbye to Time Outs: Respectful and Effective Discipline for Toddlers

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Octave NYC (Bryant Park)

286 Madison Avenue

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New York, NY 10017

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Join specialized psychologist, Sarah Bren, for a workshop focused on developing healthy and respectful relationships with our children.

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In this lunch & learn workshop, we will explore strategies for communicating with our toddlers and young children in a way that they can understand and to set them up for successful behaviors and emotion regulation.

Topics Discussed:

- Helping toddlers and young children to behave in socially acceptable, respectful ways

- How to respond empathetically and help calm our children when they are feeling big emotions, before their behaviors get out of control

- How to set developmentally appropriate limits and boundaries that children can understand and follow

- How to cultivate independence and self confidence in our children and help them to participate in day to day family tasks

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Registration required. Limited capacity.

Email hello@findoctave.com for more information.

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Octave Health is the nation's first practice supporting all aspects of emotional well-being. The company offers personalized plans using the right combination of therapy & psychiatry, coaching & classes to best fit clients’ lives in a safe space that provides confidence and calm. Grounded in science, the Octave community enables clients to experience profound change that is just as measurable as it is meaningful.

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Sarah Bren is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in psychodynamic and relationship based approaches to working with young adults, adults, parents and families. She is passionate about helping people and families develop deeper, more meaningful connections within themselves and with others, foster respectful and emotionally secure relationships, reduce suffering, and increase effectiveness and confidence.

She has a keen interest in teaching parents, caregivers, and child care organizations about how respectful parenting principles can improve the quality of their relationships with their loved ones and, in turn, help the children in their lives to become authentic, confident, independent, and kind.

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Why this work is important:

No matter the age, all children really want is to connect with you and feel secure knowing that you have their back -- that you truly see them. Developing a mutually respectful relationship with our kids sounds like something most parents strive for, but sometimes figuring out how to do that can feel overwhelming, especially when emotions are running high and energy is running low.

This workshop series is designed not to tell parents how to parent, but to help you access mindsets and tools in moments of intensity when everything seems to break down, so that you can maintain respect and set yourself (and your children) up for success.

This workshop series will cover a wide range of scenarios, including establishing respectful caregiving routines, effective discipline, setting developmentally appropriate boundaries and limits, and creating enriching and secure environments for our children to thrive in. In this way, we can help our children develop self confidence, authenticity, independence, and respect for themselves and for us.

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Octave NYC (Bryant Park)

286 Madison Avenue

22 Floor

New York, NY 10017

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