Sibling relationships can be complex and challenging. Sharing, negotiating and conflict resolution are vital skills you can teach your kids. Learn to help your children develop close, collaborative relationships without micromanaging every interaction.
This workshop will explore why siblings fight, what they get out of it, and why it’s so hard for parents to control. It will offer tools for keeping these conflicts at a manageable level. You will learn about the pitfalls that promote competition and how to avoid them; and how to consider the different developmental needs of your children. Bring your stories, questions and concerns.
For more than 25 years, Jill Shugart, MA, MFT, has been helping individuals, parents and couples build more satisfying personal and family lives. Jill's work as a psychotherapist; marriage and family therapist; preschool director; parenting consultant; and parenting workshop leader has provided significant assistance to people and organizations.
Childcare (over 2 years) begins at 6pm and includes dinner.
JCC East Bay is an inclusive community; all are welcome.
Presented in partnership with PJ Library and Sprout East Bay.
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Date(s) - 02/28/18
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
$18 per person/couple, $10 per child
JCC East Bay, Berkeley 1414 Walnut St. Berkeley
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