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Positive Discipline

£60.00

Description

Wednesday 27th April

Conference at 10:00 am

at the Morton’s Private Club, Mayfair.

Price Member (please login) £30.00
Price Non-Member £60.00

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DATE & time

Wednesday 27th April 2016

from 10:00 am

Location

Morton’s Private Club, 28 Berkeley Square, London W1J 6EN

THE CONFERENCE/DEBATE

Recent research tells us that children are hardwired from birth to connect with others, and that children who feel a sense of connection to their community, family, and school are less likely to misbehave. To be successful, contributing members of their community, children must learn necessary social and life skills. Positive Discipline is based on the understanding that discipline must be taught and that discipline teaches important social and life skills in a manner that is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and adults.

 WHO

 

Béatrice Sabaté is a clinical psychologist who worked for 10 years as a school counselor in the US (San Francisco and New York). She created the psycho-social department for the French-American School of New York. For the last 3 years, she has dedicated her time to developing Positive Discipline in France. She has been working with French schools in providing Positive Discipline training for teachers from kindergarten through high school. She also provides PD training for parents (workshops, conferences, private coaching, TP) both in France and internationally. 

Béatrice translated and adapted Jane Nelsen’s book: ‘Positive Discipline the classic guide to the French culture’. She is currently working on the translation of ‘Positive Discipline for Teenagers’. Béatrice is President of the French PD Association.