Parenting a pre-adolescent brings with it challenges; adding the additional layer of adoptive parenting, and unique challenges abound. Child Parent Relationship (CPR) will introduce skills for more connected and effective parenting of your adopted adolescent. This course will develop better parent – child relationships allowing fewer behavioral concerns and improved communication.
Child Parent Relationship Training is a 10-week program adapted for parents/caregivers of adopted/fostered pre-adolescent children ages 9-13 years. Tapestry CPR training will meet on Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:30 pm in Zone Large Group at Irving Bible Church beginning February 16th.
KidZone (childcare) is provided for birth – 5th grade. Due to limited space, children must be registered at least 72 hours in advance to participate in KidZone. CLICK HERE to register. Please specify “Tapestry” in the required field.
For questions about Tapestry’s Child Parent Relationship Training, contact Alyssa Swan, M.S., LPC-Intern or Sue Bratton, Ph.D., LPC-S, RPT-S at UNT’s Center for Play Therapy at (940) 565-3864 or by email at Alyssa.Swan@unt.edu or Sue.Bratton@unt.edu.
|Mar 23, 2017 - 5:14 pm||Child Parent Relationship Training||@ Irving Bible Church||View|