Jenn Dean speaks at faith-based and non faith-based groups: schools, churches, moms groups, camps, and conferences. If you have an idea you might want to check in with us and see how we might accent your ministry to parents.
Cooperation, Consequences, and Keeping Your Sanity
You can host the Cooperation, Consequences, and Keeping Your Sanity seminar at at your church. Jenn Dean will energize, excite, and equip parents to move from behavior modification to a heart-based approach to parenting. There is also a children’s curriculum that enables you to teach kids topics that complement what the parents are learning. Each adult participant receives a Parent Manual (retail $9.99). We help you with several promotional tools including a 74 page Outreach Manual.
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Typically, a seminar would occur Saturday from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm, offering several sessions:
Session #1 – Teaching Kids to Listen and Follow Instructions
Parents often become frustrated because their kids don’t listen. In this session we take apart the instruction process and point out five steps for children ages 2 to 18. Parents learn how to teach cooperation and responsibility in this practical session.
Session #2 – Correction Ideas that Touch the Heart
The goal of discipline is a changed heart. This session gives parents several hands-on tools to use when children need to be corrected. A change of heart is defined in practical terms and parents go away with a plan to use seven categories of consequences to motivate heart change in their kids. The underlying principle taught is that behavior modification is not enough. Parents must keep an eye on the heart.
Session #3 – Ending Discipline Times with Impact
Parents often don’t know how to end discipline in a constructive way. This session explains a routine for helping children process correction and learn from the experience. Teaching children about repentance and forgiveness are heart gifts discussed here. This tool is especially helpful for children who tend to blame others or have a victim mentality.
The seminar is creative with interaction and several opportunities for parents to make specific application to their own families. The seminar ends by talking about God’s desire to touch the hearts of parents, not just their kids. Parents leave the seminar encouraged, armed with lots of practical strategies and a new vision for touching the hearts of their children.