We believe that family, however it is defined, is the basic social unit of society, and that healthy families build healthy communities. Our Parenting Workshops are 8-week groups based on the highly regarded S.T.E.P. method.
The S.T.E.P. (Systematic Training in Effective Parenting) method is rooted in Adlerian psychology and was developed in the 1950s by Rudolph Dreikurs. The main tenets are mutual respect, encouragement and positive discipline and the workshops provide parents with practical tools to help raise capable children.Register Here
Individuals $200 (plus non-refundable registration fees)
Couples & Co-Parents $300
Weekly Remote Zoom Meetings
This course is open the general public.
Our workshops are facilitated by a Certified Parenting Facilitator (CPF) and a co-facilitator in-training. The group is a mix of approximately 12 parents, including couples, co-parents, and single parents. Each group’s unique parenting experiences help guide the discussion and delivery of the workshop material.
Yes, financial aid may be available on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us.
Yes. Upon completing the 8-week workshop, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that may be used in these contexts. Please let us know on the forms when you’re registering if this is applicable to you.
Please see our All About Adler page for information on Alfred Adler and Adlerian psychology.