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August 19th, 2013 by admin · No Comments

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Dr. Laura Markham-How to Get Kids Cooperating without Yelling, Bribes, Threats or Punishment

May 14th, 2013 by admin · No Comments

API Live! – special event price! Purchase Now

How to Get Kids Cooperating without Yelling, Bribes, Threats or Punishment

 


featuring parenting expert
and author of

Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How To Stop Yelling and Start Connecting.

 

Dr. Laura Markham

Tuesday, May 28, 2013, at 9pm EST and 6pm PST


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Barbara Nicholson
Dr. Laura Markham
Lysa Parker

Purchase Now to listen to guest Dr. Laura Markham along with hosts Barbara Nicholson and Lysa Parker as they discuss how to get kids cooperating without yelling, bribes, threats or punishment. API has invited Dr. Laura to share with us about how we can stop yelling and start connecting, including:

  • Why attachment is the foundation of your child’s ability to manage herself, from babyhood right through the teen years.
  • Regulating your own emotions so you can help your child.
  • Why kids misbehave — and how to help them WANT to cooperate.
  • What the last thirty years of research tell us about the kind of discipline that helps kids turn out great.
  • How to set effective limits — and when it’s ok to “give in.”
  • Why your relationship with your child is the most important factor in effective discipline.
  • Helping kids process their emotions.
  • How to use play to get better behavior from your child.
  • Why Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is more important to your child’s success in life than IQ

Send your questions for Dr. Laura to apilive@attachmentparenting.org – and a free copy of Dr. Laura’s new book will be given to someone selected among the questions submitted.


About Dr. Laura Markham

Dr. Laura Markham is the author of Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How To Stop Yelling and Start Connecting. She combines her PhD in Clinical Psychology, her mom in the trenches experience and the latest research into a highly effective relationship-based approach that raises resilient, emotionally intelligent kids. Dr. Laura, as her readers call her, serves as an expert for Mothering Magazine, Pregnancy.org and a number of other web sites. Her free Daily Inspiration and Weekly newsletters reach a list of over 35,000 parents. You can find her online at http://AhaParenting.com, home of Aha! moments for parents of babies through teens.

You can support API’s mission and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by registering for the live program and/or purchasing the mp3 recording. Every dollar of your purchase goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.
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Fred Donaldson Playing for Keeps

January 19th, 2013 by admin · 1 Comment

API Live! – special event price!

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Playing for Keeps:

Play that Keeps

Love, Creativity, and Belonging First

Want to know:

How can “play” solve discipline problems?

Eliminate power struggles?

Restore our relationships with our kids to peace and ease?

featuring international play expert

Fred Donaldson

Dr. Fred Donaldson has played with thousands of people all over the world.

He has changed the lives of children and families, students and teachers, and touched the lives of hurting children, gang members, prisoners–even made a charging rhino stop and turn around.

How?

Don’t miss this interview with a rare and wise man who knows how power of play can heal us all.

Purchase now to receive a downloadable recording of the teleseminar.

Lu Hanessian

Fred Donaldson

Lysa Parker

Purchase Now to listen to guest Fred Donaldson along with hosts Lu Hanessian and Lysa Parker as they discuss Original Play®. API has invited Fred Donaldson to share with us about “Original Play”® and how it:

• Presents an alternative to aggression and violence without the use of force, while maintaining self esteem for oneself as well as others

• Provides choices of possible reactions to aggression, violence and fear without the need for revenge

• Transforms deep-rooted negative habits and patterns of behaviour into new habits based on feelings of love, belonging and safety

• Creates a safe space for the transformation of physical or verbal aggression

• Promotes the feeling of belonging as the best alternative for fear and competition

• Creates a foundation for the optimal conditions for learning, creativity and self-development

• Increases the possibility of adaptation to new environments in life’s ever changing conditions.

From Original Play

About Fred

O. Fred Donaldson, Ph. D. – the author of an innovative programme called Original Play® , a world-famous specialist in the use of play as an alternative to aggression, violence and abuse, and an international consultant in the field of education. The Original Play® programme is the result of thirty years of research on children’s, adults’ and wild animals’ play behaviour. Fred Donaldson coined the term „Original Play”® and was the first to describe the process. He wrote a book entitled „Playing by Heart: The Vision and Practice of Belonging”, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. He is also the author of The Sanctuary Alliance – a project which is introduced and practised in many countries.

Fred Donaldson is a former professor at The University of Washington and The California State University, Hayward and The California School of Professional Psychology. Currently he gives lectures and workshops for organizations and institutions throughout the world.

He has worked with special needs children, culturally diverse communities, gangs and children living on the streets.  In play he shares with them a different world, without fear, aggression, and persecution.

You can support API’s mission and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by registering for the live program and/or purchasing the mp3 recording. Every dollar of your purchase goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.

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API Live – Peaceful Parenting with Robin Grille

September 27th, 2011 by admin · No Comments

Peaceful Parenting

Understanding our children’s

emotional needs

Parents moving societies

toward peace


featuring special guest

Robin Grille


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now to listen at your convenience.

Lu Hanessian Robin Grille
Barbara Nicholson

Purchase Now this API Live! teleseminar event and hear hosts Lu Hanessian and API co-founder Barbara Nicholson talk with Robin Grille about:

  • Eye-contact, when breastfeeding is not working, parents’ moods and babies, relationships and community – What does it all have to do with attachment and our happiness?
  • Connecting with my toddler and child – How does it differ from early childhood attachment?
  • My parenting, it shapes the world?

About Robin Grille

Robin Grille is an Australian psychologist, author and parenting educator. His articles on parenting and child development have been widely published and translated in Australia and around the world. Robin’s first book: Parenting for a Peaceful World (2005) has received international acclaim and led to speaking engagements around Australia, USA and New Zealand. His second book, Heart to Heart Parenting (2008), is published in Australia by ABC Books. Robin’s work is animated by his belief that humanity’s future is largely dependent on the way we collectively relate to our children.
Robin’s experiential, skills-based and informational parenting courses have helped many people to embrace parenting as a transformative, personal growth journey. Drawing from over 20 years’ clinical experience and from leading-edge neuropsychological research, Robin’s seminars and courses focus on healthy emotional development for children as well as parents; while building supportive, co-operative parenting communities.
In June-July this year Robin visited the USA and delivered a series of workshops in California and Austin, Texas. He is hoping to release an American edition of Heart to Heart Parenting in USA in 2012.

You can support API’s mission and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by registering and/or purchasing the mp3 recording. Every dollar of your purchase goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.

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Playful Parenting with Larry Cohen

July 18th, 2011 by admin · 1 Comment

API Live! along with AP Month 2011 Partner

Million Minute Family Challenge” present

Playful Parenting

How to lighten up your parenting because it’s fun,

loving, and effective! Join us for the fun

with special guest
Dr. Larry Cohen
Purchase now to receive the teleseminar recording to listen at your convenience.
Lu Hanessian Larry Cohen Lysa Parker

Purchase now to hear this API Live! teleseminar event with hosts Lu Hanessian, author of the new playful book for parents and children: Picnic on a Cloud, and API co-founder Lysa Parker talk with Dr. Larry Cohen about:

  • What is Playful Parenting and what does it have to do with attachment security?
  • Will my children know how to take life, or take me, seriously if we’re playful?
  • What does playful parenting have to do with confidence building and helping children resolve problems?
  • What is the impact of parent playfulness on my child’s development and emotion?
  • Can being playful make me a better parent?
  • Can it make parenting more satisfying, more fun for me?
  • I’m not so playful naturally. What do I do?
  • When roughhousing, how do we help it end on a happy note?
  • Your questions about playful parenting – send them to apilive@attachmentparenting.org

And Larry Cohen’s favorite playful parenting ideas you don’t want to miss

About Larry Cohen

Lawrence J. Cohen, Ph.D., the author of PLAYFUL PARENTING, is a licensed psychologist specializing in children’s play and play therapy. In addition to his private therapy practice, he is also a speaker and consultant to public and independent schools, and a teacher of parenting classes and classes for daycare teachers. Dr. Cohen is also the co-author, with Michael Thompson and Catherine O’Neill Grace, of Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Friendship, Popularity and Social Cruelty in the Lives of Boys and Girls, and Mom, They’re Teasing Me: Helping Children Solve Social Problems. His regular column in Nick Jr. Magazine was the winner of the 2003 Golden Lamp award from Education Press, and he also answers parents’ questions online at NickJr.com.

His new book is The Art of Roughhousing.

Dr. Cohen is the author of numerous published articles in professional journals and popular magazines, and he has presented his work at professional conferences, workshops, classes, and public appearances.

Dr. Cohen attended Haverford College and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Duke University. After an internship at Tulane University, he began a research and private practice career in Madison, Wisconsin. His treatment innovations have included the first groups in the country for husbands and boyfriends of sexual abuse survivors, as well as one of the first therapy groups for male survivors of sexual abuse. All of his work — with children, parents, couples, abuse survivors, and families — has pointed him towards writing about human connections.

Dr. Cohen lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

The API Reads book club recently read Playful Parenting and welcomed Dr. Cohen for its author chat. You can still join the discussion in the API Reads Forum.

API Live Teleseminar Sponsor  – the “Million Minute Family Challenge”

The Million Minute Family Challenge encourages interaction and communication among family and friends by setting a national goal of playing games for a total of one million minutes from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31. Read more.

You can support API’s mission and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by purchasing the mp3 recording. Every dollar of your purchase goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.

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How Much Is Enough? Attachment Parenting, Permissive Parenting and Overindulgence with Jean Illsley Clarke

November 8th, 2010 by admin · No Comments

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Receive an MP3 copy of the seminar to listen to at your convenience.
Lu Hanessian Jean Illsley Clarke
Barbara Nicholson
Purchase this live recorded teleseminar to hear hosts Lu Hanessian and API co-founder Barbara Nicholson talk with Jean Illsley Clarke as they talk about current information regarding parenting and tough traits like greed, helplessness, and self-centeredness, and discuss:
* Can I give my children too much?* How do I recognize overindulgence?
* Toys, events, and activities: meeting the child’s needs or the parent’s needs?
* What effect does overindulgence have on effort, learning, and potential and my child’s life aspirations?
* Overindulgence and common parenting challenges like television/screen time and chores

 

About Jean Illsley Clarke

 

Jean Illsley Clarke, Ph.D., CFLE, coauthor of How Much is Enough? is author of more than twenty books including: Self-Esteem: A Family Affair and Growing Up Again: Parenting Ourselves, Parenting Our ChildrenJean is a dynamic sought-after speaker who holds a Master of Arts degree in Human Development. Jean has been awarded two honorary doctorates. The first, from Sierra University and the second from Concordia University, St. Paul in the Spring of 2003. She is a teaching and supervising member of the International Transactional Analysis Association and a Nationally Certified Family Life Educator. Recently she was named Distinguished Alumna of the Year and given the Larry Wilson Award by theCollege of Human Ecology at the University of Minnesota.

The overindulgence project began in 1996 with the mission of studying the relationship between childhood overindulgence and subsequent adult problems and parenting practices. To date, David Bredehoft, Jean Illsley Clarke, Connie Dawson and our research assistants have completed five studies and currently have two additional studies in process investigating overindulgence involving a combined 2,614 participants to date.

You can support API’s misson and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by signing up today. Every dollar of your sign up fee goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.  After purchase, you will get an email with the listen and download information.

 

Purchase now for $19 ($9 for API members–so join today!).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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API Leaders register free of charge.

 

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Full of Love with Dr. Bill Sears

October 15th, 2010 by admin · No Comments

API Live! Presents on

Monday, October 25th, 2010 9pm EST/6pm PST

 

 

 

Full of Love:

Giving our children a foundation for lifelong

health through attachment parenting

with special guests

Dr. Bill Sears and Dominique Hodgin M.Ed.c., NE

 

 

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Judy Arnall-Homework, Bullies, and More MP3 now available

September 29th, 2010 by admin · 2 Comments

The MP3 recording of Homework, Bullies, and More:  Challenges at Home and School, with special guest Judy Arnall, is now available. Click here to purchase.

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Homework, Bullies, and More with Judy Arnall-9/27/2010

September 14th, 2010 by admin · No Comments

Hello world!

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Parenting Without Power Struggles Raising Joyful Resilient Kids While Staying Cool Calm and Connected

September 7th, 2010 by admin · No Comments

Purchase this special API Live! Teleseminar

Monday September 13 9PM EST/6 PM PST

Parenting Without Power Struggles

Raising Joyful Resilient Kids While Staying Cool Calm and Connected

With special guest Susan Stiffelman

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Lu Hanessian Susan Stiffelman
Barbara Nicholson


Hosts Lu Hanessian and Barbara Nicholson will speak with special guest Susan Stiffelman.

You’ll discover how to:

• Transform frustration and aggression into adaptation and cooperation
• Keep your cool when your kids push your buttons, talk back or refuse to “play nice”
• Nourish deep attachment with young and older kids
• Help your ADD’ish child survive and thrive, even if you’re ADD’ish yourself
• Inoculate your kids from negative thinking and peer pressure that lead to anger, anxiety, depression, or behavior issues
• Help children manage the emotional challenges of divorce

The call will take place on

Monday September 13 at 9PM EST/ 6PM EST.

Please submit your questions for Susan to API Live (apilive@attachmentparenting.org) in advance and we will try to address them during the call.

You can support API’s misson and take advantage of the knowledge and experience of API Live’s special guests by signing up today. Every dollar of your sign up fee goes toward education, support and outreach for parents in need.  And don’t worry about last minute conflicts–everyone who signs up will receive a link to download the MP3 the week after the event.  After purchase, you will get an email with the conference call dial-in details.

About Susan

Susan Stiffelman is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor, an Educational Therapist, Parent Educator and Professional Speaker. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Psychology from Johnston College/ University of Redlands, a California K-9 Teaching Credential, a Masters of Arts degree from Antioch University in Clinical Psychology, and a California Marriage and Family Therapist licensesince 1991.

Susan works with children, teens, adults, couples and families with academic, circumstantial, and/or emotional challenges, including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, AD/HD, explosive behavior, and communication problems.

She helps parents of young and grade school-aged children learn how to manage meltdowns, childhood anxiety, challenges with friends and siblings, academic bumps-in-the-road, and the various array of other typical childhood issues.

Susan also works extensively with teens and their parents, guiding them to reconnect with one another, move out of depression, resistance and the many other stumbling blocks of adolescence, and get back on track emotionally, academically and in their relationships.

Perhaps of most importance is the fact that everything Susan teaches has been “tested” as she has raised her now 17-year old son, who is still joyful, resilient, authentic…and appropriately cool with his Mom!

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