Oct
20
to Oct 21

PEP I: Parenting Bootcamp

PEP I: Parenting Bootcamp

  • Held in Kensington, Maryland, at PEP, this "bootcamp" teaches the 8-week PEP I curriculum over 1 Friday evening (6:30-9:30 pm) and 1 Saturday all-day meeting (8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.).
  • For parents of children age 5 to 12, who've wanted to take PEP I but don't have 8 weeks to devote. #17.4.108

Do you wonder how to raise your children to be responsible, respectful and trustworthy—all while getting dinner on the table? Do you worry about cyberspace, peer pressure and other facts of modern life? Parenting, while it brings much joy, is hard work. This class will make it easier and much more satisfying by giving you a sound framework for positive parenting and proven skills to correct whining, backtalk, defiance and the whole range of misbehavior. Learn how you can be closer and have more fun as a family while also motivating your children to be more cooperative, self-disciplined and successful.

  • Cost: $279/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $251.10)
  • Textbook: Parenting with Courage and Uncommon Sense, by Linda E. Jessup & Emory Luce Baldwin
  • Textbook cost: $16.96 ($15.26/PEP members). The book is available at the first class.
  • Parents must be able to attend both days, Friday evening 6:30-9:30 pm, and all day Saturday, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm.
  • Check-in Friday 6 p.m.
  • Please note the special refund policy for this intensive class (the 8-week curriculum taught in fewer meetings): If you cancel your registration at least 48 hours before the first day, you will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of $15 per person per course. There will be no other refunds. 
    #17.4.108
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Oct
3
9:45am 9:45am

PEP 1: Parenting 5-to-12-Year-Olds

PEP I: Parenting 5-to-12-Year-Olds

  • Held in Washington, DC, at Temple Micah for 8 class meetings 
  • For parents of children age 5-12 #17.4.101

Do you wonder how to raise your children to be responsible, respectful and trustworthy—all while getting dinner on the table? Do you worry about cyberspace, peer pressure and other facts of modern life? Parenting, while it brings much joy, is hard work. This class will make it easier and much more satisfying by giving you a sound framework for positive parenting and proven skills to correct whining, backtalk, defiance and the whole range of misbehavior. Learn how you can be closer and have more fun as a family while also motivating your children to be more cooperative, self-disciplined and successful.

  • Cost: $279/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $251.10)
  • Textbook: Parenting with Courage and Uncommon Sense, by Linda E. Jessup and Emory Luce Baldwin
  • Textbook cost: $16.96 ($15.26/PEP members.) The book is available at the first class.
  • This class skips 10/31
  • NOTE: Attendance is key. Within each course, the material taught builds on prior class meetings. PEP encourages parents to register for a course only if they are able to attend at least one of the first two class meetings. For the same reason, PEP does not permit parents to alternate attending the course with another parent.
    #17.4.101
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Sep
13
9:00pm 9:00pm

Start the School Year Right - Getting Organized

NEW! Interactive online workshop: Start the School Year Right - Getting Organized

WedDate: 9/13/2017From: 9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Held online for 1 class meeting

for parents of children ages 4 to 14 #17.4.601

School’s back in session, and there’s so much to do: after-school activities, lessons, homework, meal prep…and the list goes on. Examine the common pitfalls in organizing life with growing children, and gain concrete tips for de-cluttering your schedule and your house to make space and time to enjoy your family more.

Cost: $25 (10% discount for PEP Members: $22.50)

Can't attend live? By registering, you will be able to view the course live, view a recording at any time for 12 months, or both!

Includes a 15 minutes Q & A opportunity from 9:45-10 p.m.

If you experience technical difficulties during this class, please call 301-929-8824.

NOTE: Letters of attendance are not available for online classes.
#17.4.601

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Jul
21
to Jul 22

Summer 2017 PEP 1: Boot Camp

Do you wonder how to raise your children to be responsible, respectful and trustworthy—all while getting dinner on the table? Do you worry about cyberspace, peer pressure and other facts of modern life? Parenting, while it brings much joy, is hard work. This class will make it easier and much more satisfying by giving you a sound framework for positive parenting and proven skills to correct whining, backtalk, defiance and the whole range of misbehavior. Learn how you can be closer and have more fun as a family while also motivating your children to be more cooperative, self-disciplined and successful.

DETAILS

  • Cost: $259/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $233.10)
  • Textbook: Parenting with Courage and Uncommon Sense, by Linda E. Jessup & Emory Luce Baldwin
  • Textbook cost: $16.96 ($15.26/PEP members). The book is available at the first class.
  • Parents must be able to attend both days, Friday evening 6:30-9:30 pm, and all day Saturday, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm.
  • Check-in Friday 6 p.m.
  • Please note the special refund policy for this intensive class (the 8-week curriculum taught in fewer meetings): If you cancel your registration at least 48 hours before the first day, you will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of $15 per person per course. There will be no other refunds. 
    #17.2.103
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Jun
1
7:00pm 7:00pm

Setting Limits and Learning to Say "No"

  • Held in Washington, DC, at Temple Micah for 1 class meeting.
  • For parents of children age 5-12. #17.2.608

How do you stay kind and firm when your children argue and test you? Upholding clear rules and expectations is worth the effort, and you can learn a process for determining the right balance of freedom and responsibility for your child.

  • Cost: $35/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $31.50)
    #17.2.608
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May
19
to May 20

PEP 1: Boot Camp

Do you wonder how to raise your children to be responsible, respectful and trustworthy—all while getting dinner on the table? Do you worry about cyberspace, peer pressure and other facts of modern life? Parenting, while it brings much joy, is hard work. This class will make it easier and much more satisfying by giving you a sound framework for positive parenting and proven skills to correct whining, backtalk, defiance and the whole range of misbehavior. Learn how you can be closer and have more fun as a family while also motivating your children to be more cooperative, self-disciplined and successful.

DETAILS

  • Cost: $259/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $233.10)
  • Textbook: Parenting with Courage and Uncommon Sense, by Linda E. Jessup & Emory Luce Baldwin
  • Textbook cost: $16.96 ($15.26/PEP members). The book is available at the first class.
  • Parents must be able to attend both days, Friday evening 6:30-9:30 pm, and all day Saturday, 8:30 am- 4:30 pm.
  • Check-in Friday 6 p.m.
  • Please note the special refund policy for this intensive class (the 8-week curriculum taught in fewer meetings): If you cancel your registration at least 48 hours before the first day, you will receive a refund minus an administrative fee of $15 per person per course. There will be no other refunds. 
    #17.2.103
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May
18
7:00pm 7:00pm

Power Tools for Power Struggles

  • Held in Washington, DC, at Temple Micah for 1 class meeting.
  • For parents of children age 5-12. #17.2.606

It’s a familiar scene: You need your child to do something, and he or she refuses. Parents insist, children dig in—and the battle is on. Come learn what really causes the struggles, get tips to avoid them, and develop a game plan for gaining your child’s cooperation.

  • Cost: $35/person (10% discount for PEP Members: $31.50)
    #17.2.606
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