Alyson Schafer Parenting Workshop in #Winnipeg – Ticket Giveaway

23 Sep

Winnipeg workshop image Alyson Schafer, the author of books like Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Honey, I Wrecked the kids is coming back to Winnipeg for a parenting workshop on Oct. 4th.

This workshop is geared to parents with kids from 2-12 and covers a wide range of topics.

Here’s more info about it:

You will learn a developmental overview of child guidance principles as well as tools and techniques for handling the most common hotspots that create conflict in families. Discover your parenting style and how to discipline in ways that change the child’s motivation to be co-operative. Alyson’s humorous and engaging styles makes the learning fun and excites parents about the wonderful foot up they’ll have to raising great kids!

The format is a combination of lecture and experiential learning, with time to ask Alyson questions.

It’s hard being a parent and workshops like this are great for getting advice, building confidence and just seeing that others are dealing with similar issues. Tickets are available online and you do get lunch with it since it lasts all day. Lots of time to get comfortable, meet other parents and learn a lot! Great outing for a parents group, with friends or even just by yourself if you have parenting issues you need help with.

I have one ticket to giveaway to the workshop – here are your ways to enter:

1 – Comment with why you’d love to go to this workshop

2 – Like Alyson’s page on facebook and comment that you did s0

3 – Post the link to this giveaway as your facebook status and comment that you did so

4 – Tweet out the link to this giveaway and comment that you did so – you can earn a daily entry for this one.

Giveaway is open to anyone who is available to attend the workshop in Winnipeg on Oct. 4th – giveaway ends Wednesday Oct. 1st at noon – good luck everyone!


7 Replies to “Alyson Schafer Parenting Workshop in #Winnipeg – Ticket Giveaway

  1. Hi Nadine

    I would like to win a ticket and attend this workshop.
    Being a mom for a 13 year old and 5 year old son, is a little bit frustrating most of the time.
    Attending and listening to this kind of workshop will help on my day to day struggles.

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