Parenting in America

Different Land? Different culture? Different Family Life?

  • Are you raising your child in a culture that is different from the one in which you grew up?
  • Are you finding it difficult to parent the way that you were raised now that you are living in America?
  • Are you curious about how or why some Americans raise their children the way that they do?
  • Do you wonder where you can learn about other ways of parenting in a non-judgmental, non-critical and encouraging manner?
  • Do you want to keep your culture alive in your children?

Parenting in America is a parenting talk that will provide information that will build up the parent and child relationship, which will lead to easier parenting.

One particular focus will be on respect, which is so important in all of our relationships: Respect for you and for your child, respect for the way you were parented and respect for how you are parenting your own child today.

This will be a LIVE event on Zoom. You will be able to ask questions.

Registration is $20 per family.

See date and available times on this registration page.

After you register, you will receive the Zoom link.

This talk will be given by Jennifer Watanabe, a long-time teacher, child behavior consultant, and parent coach. She retired from Bellevue College in Washington state after 24 years of teaching parenting classes.

Jennifer is an encourager. She continues to work as a consultant and coach and to teach in private practice. She works with parents who have questions about parenting. 

Jennifer@ResourcesForParenting.com

206-399-4355 okay to text

Other Parenting Classes

Teaching, coaching, and consulting are not therapy. Therapy TREATS emotional wounds and can be a much-needed family resource. Teaching presents new information. Consulting and coaching acknowledge the past. Parents can CREATE a plan for moving forward.

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