Children's Consortium
1010 James Street
Syracuse, New York 13203

Phone: (315) 471-8331
Fax: (315) 475-2622

 

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For Parents

Family Life Skills

A program for parents to acquire 

tools and learn strategies for 

successful parenting and positive 

family development

ach session is led by a certified Parent Educator. Workshops are effective because they provide opportunities for interaction among parents, practice of concepts and techniques learned, and individualized problem solving. 
Who should sign up?
Family Life Skills parenting classes are ideal for all parents, whether you need to fulfill a requirement for court or are interested in strengthening your parenting skills. This program assists parents in reducing conflict, building better communication, developing closer relationships between parents and children, reducing stress and allowing for a better adjustment through difficult transition periods. 
Why should you sign up?
Because you are your child’s first and best teacher! When parents communicate better with their children, children thrive. Take this class and you will be better equipped to handle the demands of parenting. 

Each session is led by a certified Parent Educator. Workshops are effective because they provide opportunities for interaction among parents, practice of concepts and techniques learned, and individualized problem solving.

Topics covered:

  • Stress management
  • Anger management
  • Boundary setting
  • Assertive communication
  • Proactive discipline
  • Building self-esteem
  • Stages of development & growth

Who should sign up?

Family Life Skills parenting classes are ideal for all parents, whether you need to fulfill a requirement for court or are interested in strengthening your parenting skills. This program assists parents in reducing conflict, building better communication, developing closer relationships between parents and children, reducing stress and allowing for a better adjustment through difficult transition periods.

Why should you sign up?

Because you are your child’s first and best teacher! When parents communicate better with their children, children thrive. Take this class and you will be better equipped to handle the demands of parenting.

Schedule

The Family Life Skills course meets weekly for four weeks (4 sessions).  Note: All classes meet on Tuesdays from 9am-12noon at the Children’s Consortium.

The Children's Consortium's Family Life Skills schedule for 2019 is as follows:

January 2019

Tuesdays: January 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th 

February 2019

Tuesdays: February 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

March 2019

Tuesdays: March 5th, 12th & 26th

April 2019

Tuesday: April 2nd

Cost 

Individuals: $120 for the four-week series.  Couples: $200 for four-week series.  Upon completion, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion for court or social service agencies.

Registration

You must register by phone. Call the Children’s Consortium at 315-471-8331 Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.. Please have your credit card information ready for payment. The only credit cards accepted by the agency by phone registration are Visa and MasterCard. Cash or check payments may also be made by mailing or dropping off payment at our office.

You will not be enrolled in the class until full payment is received.

 

What participants have to say....

“I liked that it helped me learn about myself.”

“I appreciated learning to deal with my kids better.”

“There was open discussion and case scenarios with true life situations.”

“It taught me the importance of working together with my child.”

“I liked getting feedback from the group about being a parent. The entire group was involved in the discussion.”

“I liked that it taught me a lot in a short time.”

“The parenting class came at the right time of my life.”