Triple P Back-to-School Workshop Series: Dealing with Disobedience

Supportive, small group programs to connect with other parents about raising young children. You can attend any or all of the classes below for free.  Open to parents and caregivers of children ages 8 or younger in Delaware or Morrow Counties.

Wednesday, 9/15/211:00-2:30pm: Developing Good Bedtime Routines Get advice on getting your kid to go to bed—and stay there.

Wednesday, 9/22/21-1:00 -2:30 pm: Dealing with Disobedience Get tips on how to get kids to listen and follow directions—and what to do when they don’t.

Wednesday, 9/29/21- 1:00 – 2:30 pm: Managing Fighting and Aggression Learn strategies for teaching kids to solve problems and get along with others.

Unable to make any of the above workshops? Or dealing with a different behavior? Individual parenting support is available at a time that is convenient for you!

For more information or to register,
Follow link below: Or text “Summer” to Kyra Snider at (614)-407-5957 or email Ksnider@syntero.org

Triple P Back-to-School Parenting Course

FREE, 8-Week Course

Start the school year off in a positive way!

For parents and caregivers (grandparents, other relatives, guardians, etc.) of children from birth through first grade. Learn how to get more of the behavior you like from your children and less of what you don’t.

Classes will cover:

  • What causes kids’ behaviors
  • Setting goals for change
  • Tips on how to reconnect with your child and build your positive relationship
  • Giving directions kids are likely to follow
  • Recognizing progress and planning for the future

Each participant will also have 3 one-on-one phone/in-person sessions with the group leaders to make the information really work for their families.

Join us on Zoom: 9/14, 9/21, 9/28, 10/5, 10/12 From 6- 7:30pm

How to be an Askable Parent: Reducing Internet Pornography’s Negative Impact on Kids and Teens

Syntero is excited to present “How to be an Askable Parent” VIRTUAL Workshop Series in July 2021. These presentations will help parents and caregivers navigate tough topics and critical conversations with their children and teens, while learning the necessary skills to become their kids’ go-to resource.

In this workshop, participants will learn the problem with Internet mainstream porn, learn the importance of talking about porn now rather than later, learn what parents need to address about pornography with their kids and how to start those conversations.

Registered participants will receive an email with the Zoom link and presentation information a few days before the relative registered workshop. Please contact healtheducators@syntero.org with any questions.

Syntero’s Virtual Parent Workshops are made possible by funding from the ADAMH Board of Franklin County.

How to be an Askable Parent: Navigating Uncomfortable Conversations with Kids about Sex

Syntero is excited to present “How to be an Askable Parent” VIRTUAL Workshop Series in July 2021. These presentations will help parents and caregivers navigate tough topics and critical conversations with their children and teens, while learning the necessary skills to become their kids’ go-to resource.

In this workshop, participants will learn how to make talking about sex with their kids less scary and be more comfortable, learn the importance of being an “Askable Parent” and how to become one, learn how to keep the conversations around sexual health more positive and less shameful.

Registered participants will receive an email with the Zoom link and presentation information a few days before the relative registered workshop. Please contact healtheducators@syntero.org with any questions.

Syntero’s Virtual Parent Workshops are made possible by funding from the ADAMH Board of Franklin County.

Parent Workshop – Building Your Child’s Toolbox: Healthy Coping and Self-Regulation Strategies

Syntero is offering free, virtual workshops for parents/caregivers and other adults who work with children and adolescents. Workshops will be staffed by Syntero School-Based clinicians, and will provide education and practical strategies that parents/caregivers and students can use at home. Participants will also have the opportunity to participate in a Q&A session at the end of each workshop. Workshops are open to parents and guardians in Grandview Heights, Upper Arlington and Tolles Career Center schools.

This session is for parents and guardians of students who are in 6th-12th grades.