Thursday, June 12, 2014

"This is the only training that finally worked for my family!"

When Everything Has Failed to Help Your Child,
Sometimes You Just Have to Start Over.

This is the training to start over and to start over right this time!

This two-day specialized training will equip and empower you to
re-establish safety, peace, and order back into your home, while
giving you a step-by-step program on how to create a healing
home in order to help your child(ren) successfully move forward.

Saturday & Sunday

July 12-13, 2014
Denver, CO
This training is approved by the NASW Colorado
Chapter for 15 hours of Continuing Education Credits.

a full-day certification for parents
to learn how to safely contain violence.

July 11, 2014

For a complete agenda, click HERE.

This ONE OF A KIND training will address the following:
·       Verbal and Physical Aggression
·       Defiant and Unmanagable Behaviors
·       Threatening Behaviors to Self and Others
·       Destructive Behaviors in the Home
·       Significant Mood and Regulatory Disorders
·       Complete Disregard to the Word "No"
·       Reactive and Massive Meltdowns
·       Chronic Disrespectful at All Levels
·       Complete Disconnect Between Parent(s) and Child
·       Unsafe Sibling Interactions
·       Unsafe Sibling Interactions
·       Intentional and Targeted Malicious Acts
·       Reactive Parenting That Develops From Constant Conflict
·       Parents Who Are Tired of Being Abused
·       Restoring the Desire to Parent Again

Certification for Violence Containment
Two of the top experts in the field of Childhood
Trauma, recognized around the world, will be
leading this training on Saturday and Sunday
and giving you tools and solutions that work.

Dr. Ronald S. Federici
Heather T. Forbes, LCSW

Both of these experts have not only worked in the
mental health field with aggressive and violent
children but they both have, more importantly, raised
children of their own with these types of unnerving
behaviors. They know your situation from a personal
experiential level. They "GET" it!


If you answer "YES" to any of the following
questions, this training is a MUST and will help you
to restore peace, order, and happiness in your home:
  • Are your child's behaviors so intense in your home that NO ONE believes you?
  • Could the level of sibling rivalry in your home be described as "Sibling Terrorizing?"
  • Does your child threaten to call Child Protective Services when you correct him/her, or worse, have you been the subject of an investigation?
  • Are you afraid to set any boundaries for fear of the behavioral fall-out of your child?
  • Does your child get so out-of-control you don't even feel safe in your own home anymore?
  • Are you scared that if your child is this violent now, what will he/she be like in 5 years?
  • Are you tired of spending night after night on the Internet, reading and researching what to do for your child, only to be left more confused and overwhelmed?
  • Are you feeling like you're the one going "crazy" because your child makes it look like you're over-reacting or over-dramatizing the situation?
  • Are you tired of reading parenting book after parenting book, only to find these parenting methods increase and exacerbate your child's aggressive behaviors?
  • Are you tired of sitting through boring lectures that give no practical advice on what to do when your home becomes a war zone and people get hurt?
  • Do you feel like a "prisoner" in your own home because your child is violent in public?
Is your child missing major developmental experiences that are hindering his/her ability to function in the world?

Continuing Education & Certificates
This training is approved by the NASW Colorado
Chapter for 15 hours of Continuing Education
Credits. Provider # NASWCO 1113. A
certificate of completion will be provided
at the end of the day on Sunday.
Want more information?
Join Heather T. Forbes, LCSW and
Dr. Ron Federici for a LIVE Q&A Webinar!
Just click here for the date and times.

Check out our recently recorded Q&A webinars
with additional in-depth interviews with
parents who have attended this program.

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