Parenting the Love & Logic Way
Course Code: 9665
  • Saturday June 3rd 2017 (8:30am - 4:00pm)
There is no more difficult, detailed and time-consuming job than raising children. Yet children come with no instruction manuals! The class “Parenting the Love & Logic Way” can be that manual in the areas of respectful communication and discipline. Attend this workshop to not only learn new techniques, but also be able to discuss it with parents of similar aged children. 
 At this session learn simple, low stress communication techniques that are effective with children from toddlers to teens. ‚Äč Use simple communication techniques that are effective with toddlers to teens. Avoid power struggles Guide your children to solve their own problems Model and teach responsibility and respectful communication Raise your children without raising the roof! Please note: When more than one person is registered, a "bring a friend" discount will be applied to this registration which reduces each registration by $17.50. Full payment confirms registration. Because we only take a 30-minute lunch break, please bring a sandwich or frozen entree to the class for yourself to eat. We will provide beverages and snacks. A certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the class.
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Introduction to Childhood Depression
Course Code: 9987
  • Friday June 9th 2017 (8:30am - 11:30am)


Presenter: Kristen Wheeler Highland

Recent studies reported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services show that as many as 1 in every 33 children may have depression; among adolescents, the ratio may be as high as 1 in 8. Depression that occurs in childhood is harder to diagnose, and more likely to reoccur than depression that strikes later in life. Join us to examine an overview of childhood depression.

Bio:
Kristen has a unique combination of education and real world experience that has led to all of the work that she does. She has a BA in Child Psychology and Early Childhood Education. She is currently working on her Masters in Early Childhood Mental Health. Kristen has worked in many facets of early childhood, including family child care, center based child care, and preschool settings. She is the parent of four dynamic and wonderful pre-teen and teenage children who she says, “Challenge every pre-conceived idea about children, parenthood and special needs!” Kristen promises to bring a down-to-earth, practical side to all of the information that she has.

PEDU: 9008

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

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Trauma 101
Course Code: 9975
  • Friday June 16th 2017 (8:30am - 11:30am)

Presenter: Susan Fuchs-Hoeschen
This is a comprehensive introduction to the concept of trauma and the effects on the brains of children. The research on Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE) impact on health and wellbeing will be covered using personal and professional examples. There will be an overview of interventions to assist children/youth who are impacted by trauma.

Bio:
Susan Fuchs-Hoeschen, MSW, LICSW is a lifelong member of the St Cloud area community. She has extensive experience in a variety of mental health settings and has served for the past seven years in the role of Clinical Supervisor with Lutheran Social Service of MN St Cloud/Brainerd Behavioral Health.

Most of her work has been with women, children, and families making their way through their traumatic experiences. Trained in Trauma Specific Therapies (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy), she has a particular interest in all aspects of Trauma Informed Care. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) research has been the single most influential mental health and public health research of the past decade and continues to shape her work.

She speaks with passion, energy, and knowledge and weaves in her own journey as a professional with a trauma survivor story as well. She cares deeply about reducing the impact of trauma on our children and future generations.

PEDU: 9003

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

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Childhood Anxiety Disorders
Course Code: 9973
  • Friday June 23rd 2017 (8:30am - 11:30am)

Presenter: Rebecca Cluever

This workshop will explore current research for children with anxiety disorders. Participants will learn about interventions to help children and caregivers understand anxiety, interventions to empower the inner strengths of the child, and learn to create a safe environment for children and caregivers experiencing anxiety. Parents, educators, and other professionals will leave the session better equipped to provide interventions to children with anxiety.


Bio: Rebecca Cluever is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, experienced in working with children and adults from birth to adulthood. She utilizes a developmental and family based perspective. Rebecca has experience working with trauma, relationship, disrupted attachments, depression, post-partum depression, anxiety, and behavioral concerns. She has a passion for working with children and their families to help improve family relationships and to help decrease stress in the home environment. Rebecca provides individual, family, and couples therapy in a private practice setting in the St. Cloud Area.

PEDU: 9008

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

 

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Trauma Informed Care (TIC) for Educators
Course Code: 9983
  • Monday July 24th 2017 (8:30am - 11:30am)

Presenter: Susan Fuchs-Hoeschen

The term “trauma informed care” (TIC) is widely used. This training will provide an understanding of six concepts of TIC and how to support traumatized children/youth in an educational setting.

Safety Trustworthiness and transparency Peer support and mutual self-help Collaboration and mutuality Empowerment, voice, and choice Cultural, historical, and gender issues

Bio:
Susan Fuchs-Hoeschen, MSW, LICSW is a lifelong member of the St Cloud area community. She has extensive experience in a variety of mental health settings and has served for the past seven years in the role of Clinical Supervisor with Lutheran Social Service of MN St Cloud/Brainerd Behavioral Health.

Most of her work has been with women, children, and families making their way through their traumatic experiences. Trained in Trauma Specific Therapies (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy), she has a particular interest in all aspects of Trauma Informed Care. The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) research has been the single most influential mental health and public health research of the past decade and continues to shape her work.

She speaks with passion, energy, and knowledge and weaves in her own journey as a professional with a trauma survivor story as well. She cares deeply about reducing the impact of trauma on our children and future generations.

PEDU: 9003

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

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Living With and Managing ADHD
Course Code: 9988
  • Thursday July 27th 2017 (12:30pm - 3:30pm)

Presenter: Kristin Wheeler Highland

Living with or teaching someone with ADHD (diagnosed or suspected) can be challenging. ADHD is one of the most commonly diagnosed conditions of children (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2015). The diagnostic term attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) refers to individuals who display patterns of inattention, impulsivity, and overactive behavior that interfere with daily functioning. Participants will receive an overview of ADHD, discuss the myths and realities of ADHD and receive tips for supporting and managing with and for those with ADHD.

Bio:
Kristen has a unique combination of education and real world experience that has led to all of the work that she does. She has a BA in Child Psychology and Early Childhood Education. She is currently working on her Masters in Early Childhood Mental Health. Kristen has worked in many facets of early childhood, including family child care, center based child care, and preschool settings. She is the parent of four dynamic and wonderful pre-teen and teenage children who she says, “Challenge every pre-conceived idea about children, parenthood and special needs!” Kristen promises to bring a down-to-earth, practical side to all of the information that she has.

PEDU: 9009

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

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No One Likes a Bully
Course Code: 9989
  • Monday August 7th 2017 (12:30pm - 3:30pm)

Speaker: Kristen Wheeler Highland

Bullying has been making headlines recently. Have you ever wondered exactly what bullying is? Have you wondered what will happen? Do you know what traits add up to a 'bully' or their victims? Come explore the profile of a bully and strategies to change behaviors and support everyone involved. This workshop is appropriate for people working and caring for preschool and school age children.

Bio:
Kristen has a unique combination of education and real world experience that has led to all of the work that she does. She has a BA in Child Psychology and Early Childhood Education. She is currently working on her Masters in Early Childhood Mental Health. Kristen has worked in many facets of early childhood, including family child care, center based child care, and preschool settings. She is the parent of four dynamic and wonderful pre-teen and teenage children who she says, “Challenge every pre-conceived idea about children, parenthood and special needs!” Kristen promises to bring a down-to-earth, practical side to all of the information that she has.

PEDU: 9003

Early-bird Discount: $10 early-bird discount if you register by May 12, 2017 (to receive this discount you must enter SUMMER17 into discount code box)

Membership Discount: To receive the membership discount your employer must be a member of Resource Training & Solutions. You will need to select the School District, City, County or other Governmental Agency that you are employed with during the registration process in order to receive the discount.

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9 Essential Skills of the Love & Logic Classroom
Course Code: 9915
  • Tuesday August 8th 2017 (8:30am - 3:00pm)
    Wednesday August 9th 2017 (8:30am - 12:30pm)
Are you seeking ways to raise your test scores by spending less time disciplining and more time teaching?
Want to be more compliant with MDE for positive intervention?
Wish for less burnout?
The following concepts will be taught in the course:  Neutralize arguing Delaying consequences Empathy Developing positive teacher/student relationships Setting limits with enforceable statements Using choices to prevent power struggles The Recovery process Quick and Easy Classroom Interventions Guiding Students to Own and Solve their Problems A workbook and handouts are included in the course. Lunch will be provided on August 8th and snacks and beverages on both days.

PEDU: 9014 

Credit options:
1.  University of the Pacific (PEDU) credits. You may get 1, 2, or 3 credits depending upon completion of assigned homework.
Credits fees: 1 credit-$62.00, 2 credits-$124.00, and 3 credits-$186.00.  For more information about University of the Pacific, go to http://www.teacherfriendly.com.It is recommended to get all credits approved by your school district prior to applying for PEDU credits.
         PEDU No. for this workshop: 9001 Develop a New Learning Activity Practicum
2.  10 renewal units for a teaching certificate.
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How to put the fun back into Parenting with Love & Logic
Course Code: 1065
  • Monday November 6th 2017 (5:30pm - 9:00pm)
    Monday November 13th 2017 (5:30pm - 9:00pm)
Are your children always fighting with you? Have you been trying to figure out how to prepare your children to think for themselves? Are you looking for a more positive relationship with your children? Do you wonder how you can have responsible and respectful children?

Time to register for a “Parenting the Love & Logic Way” class. Come learn how you too can raise the odds of living in a more peaceful, positive home. You will learn how to model respectful and responsible behavior for your children. Join this class to learn how you can guide your children to think for themselves and grow up to be responsible and independent adults that make you proud.

Please note:

When more than one person is registered, a "bring a friend" discount will be applied to this registration which reduces each registration by $17.50. Full payment confirms registration. Because we only take a 30-minute lunch break, please bring a sandwich or frozen entree to the class for yourself to eat. We will provide beverages and snacks. A certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the class.
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How to put the fun back into Parenting with Love & Logic
Course Code: 1067
  • Saturday June 2nd 2018 (8:30am - 4:00pm)
Are your children always fighting with you? Have you been trying to figure out how to prepare your children to think for themselves? Are you looking for a more positive relationship with your children? Do you wonder how you can have responsible and respectful children?

Time to register for a “Parenting the Love & Logic Way” class. Come learn how you too can raise the odds of living in a more peaceful, positive home. You will learn how to model respectful and responsible behavior for your children. Join this class to learn how you can guide your children to think for themselves and grow up to be responsible and independent adults that make you proud.

Please note:

When more than one person is registered, a "bring a friend" discount will be applied to this registration which reduces each registration by $17.50. Full payment confirms registration. Because we only take a 30-minute lunch break, please bring a sandwich or frozen entree to the class for yourself to eat. We will provide beverages and snacks. A certificate of attendance will be given at the end of the class.
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