Conscious Discipline: A multidisciplinary approach to address behavior

 

Join us for a one day conference on Conscious Discipline: A multidisciplinary approach to address behavior. The Conscious Discipline approach supports brain research to develop personal discipline within children rather than apply discipline to them.

This one day conference held on Wednesday, September 25 will focus on the Brain State Model and use a multidisciplinary approach teaching self-regulation and control, Seven Skills of Discipline: the Foundation of Problem Solving, along with the Seven Powers for Conscious Adults.

Amy Speidel comes to you as a presenter with over 20 years of Early Childhood experience as a teacher, director and parent educator. She is also a certified Life Coach. Amy’s experience with Dr. Becky Bailey’s Conscious Discipline program began with her implementation in her early childhood classroom. As she witnessed a transformation in her teaching and her students, she became a strong advocate for Conscious Disci- pline. Amy is a foster parent, a birth parent and an adoptive parent and shares her passion with teachers, parents and those in the medical field.

To use her words, she knows the “beauty and the mess of the journey with children”. She offers you a meaningful perspective of how Conscious Discipline will support you in your parenting and in your personal journey.

Join us on Wednesday, September 25th at University of North Dakota, Student Union Memorial Ballroom 2901. Registration begins at 8:00am and conference will be 8:30am-3:30pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

This event is sponsored by Grand Forks Public Schools and the Parent Information Center

Please Note: Registration deadline is September 18. You can make all checks or PO payable to Grand Forks Public Schools. The conference fee is $100.00. Please mail payment to: Grand Forks Public Schools, Parent Information Center, 1100 13th Ave. South , Grand Forks, ND 58201

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