The PaRC Foundation Offers FREE
Parenting & Relationship Course to the First 30 Registrants
Learn How to Build a Personality by Good Parenting, Heal Trauma & Get Needs Met with Relationship Skills
The PaRC (Parenting and Relationship Counseling) Foundation is proud to offer the community a free parenting and relationship course utilizing its internationally renowned counseling techniques. The first 30 people to register for PaRC’s next session beginning September 10th receive all eight weeks of the course free of charge. Upon completion of the 8-week course, participants will be eligible to enroll in PaRC’s additional services, including advanced workshops, private and group therapy, and seminars on parenting and relationship skills.
To enroll in PaRC’s September 10th Parenting Class, visit http://www.theparcfoundation.com/the-parenting-class-materials/enroll.html.
For more information about PaRC’s Parenting Class, visit http://www.theparcfoundation.com/the-parenting-class-materials/class-outline.html
PaRC’s courses and teachings follow the Causal Theory, a developmental psychology based upon cause and effect. Causal Theory describes how early experiences with parents, especially attachment and discipline, shape our personalities from disorders to resiliency. The Causal Theory also provides tools to heal our issues, the roadblocks to our success. Dr. S. Faye Snyder, Founder and Clinical Director of PaRC explains, “The sooner we can reach parents the better. It is far easier to reverse a young child’s behavior than an adult’s, but it’s all do-able.”
PaRC Client, Val Smith praises the program, “Living The Theory has given our family a clearer picture of our dynamic as well as the clarity to heal us individually and as a whole. PaRC resets the bar on what it is to be a great parent and spouse, and from that our family has begun to blossom.”
The Parenting and Relationship course is a theory class about developmental psychology. This eight-week series is intended for anyone who wants to learn more about personality development, prevent or heal childhood pain and learn to raise healthy, confident children. Originally called The Miracle Child Parenting Series, this course is dedicated to the development of healthier, happier, smarter and more compassionate children by fine-tuning parental objectives and awareness. Parenting is one’s most important endeavor. The way in which people parent their children, as the well as the way they were parented, sets them up for success or struggle.
The parenting class is a theory class, not just for parents; it’s also for adults who wish to address childhood issues. The Parenting Class corrects many false assumptions before the therapist-client dialogue begins. Everyone was affected in childhood by the parenting they received; self-awareness and self-reflection require knowledge about the causal relationship of how we were parented and how we navigate the world as adults.
For more information about PaRC’s highly trained staff, visit http://www.theparcfoundation.com/about/our-staff.html.
About The PaRC Foundation:
All the work PaRC (Parenting and Relationship Counseling) does is based upon the Causal Theory, a developmental psychology based on cause and effect. It believes all babies were born good and all personality and behavior come from the child’s earliest experiences, especially from how they were parented. PaRC does not advocate medicating a child to change behavior but rather teaches the parent to understand the origins of behavior and dysfunction, providing tools to heal their own child. Originally established by Dr. Faye Snyder as The Institute for Professional Parenting (TIPP) in 1988, the PaRC Foundation has been able to change the lives of thousands of individuals and families from across the country. For more information, visit www.ThePaRCFouncation.com.
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