Love and Logic Parenting Class
January 10, 5:00 pm - March 7 - 7:00 pm | New Hope-Cambridge
Love and Logic is a philosophy of raising and teaching children which allows adults to be happier, empowered, and more skilled in the interactions with children. Love allows children to grow through their mistakes. Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices. Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences.
This course is designed for parents of children birth-6 years old. Classes meet at New Hope-Cambridge from 5:00-7:00pm on the following Monday nights: January 10, January 24, February 7, February 28, and March 7. Dinner and childcare is provided. Cost is $10 plus a free will donation to cover the cost of food. Please REGISTER HERE. After the ten slots are filled Amanda will have a waiting list. You can contact her at [email protected].
Love & Logic Fact Sheet
What Is Love and Logic All About?
The Love and Logic Institute is dedicated to making parenting and teaching fun and rewarding, instead of stressful and chaotic. We provide practical tools and techniques that help adults achieve respectful, healthy relationships with their children. All of our work is based on a psychologically sound parenting and teaching, whole-child philosophy called Love and Logic.
This practical, research-based philosophy is backed with over 40 years of experience. Parents can apply it immediately to a wide range of situations instead of struggling with difficult counseling procedures.
Who’s Behind It?
Jim Fay – founder and former school principal – view biography
Foster W. Cline, M.D. – founder and psychiatrist – view biography
Charles Fay, Ph.D. – president and school psychologist – view biography
Why Does It Work?
Uses humor, hope, and empathy to build up the adult/child relationship
Emphasizes respect and dignity for both children and adults
Provides real limits in a loving way
Teaches consequences and healthy decision-making