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Serving people, Strengthening families & Building communities

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Mindful 
Nuturing Parenting

Mindful Nurturing Parenting classes are appropriate for everyone—parents, foster parents, grandparents, teachers, CASA volunteers, and anyone wanting to interact with children more mindfully and with less stress. 

The Nurturing Parenting curriculum is recognized by the National Registry of Effective Programs and multiple federal and non-governmental agencies for its effectiveness in offering support for personal growth and promoting strong families. The concept of mindfulness has been woven throughout the curriculum to support emotional competency and self-awareness.

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Class Information

The 8-week, two-hour live video (Zoom) classes offer multimedia presentations, resource guides, and open discussions to provide support, encouragement and guidance. This 8-week interactive, live class is $170.

*Private one-on-one $58/session

The course includes the following topics:

  • Mindful Self-Care
  • Personality and Birth Order
  • Communicating with Respect and Understanding Feelings
  • Building Self-Worth; Praising Behaviors
  • Brain Development and Trauma Recovery
 
  • Developing Family Morals, Values, and Expectations
  • Understanding Child Abuse; Alternatives to Spanking
  • Introduction to Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
 
 

In addition to the above topics, private coaching sessions can address stress management, guidance with personal parenting challenges, and individualized support. For more information contact the Mindful Living Coordinator, Leslie Wall at 530-283-3611 (voice/text) or lwall@plumasruralservices.org

This course meets the requirements for those who are mandated to attend a parenting class and may be available at no cost if you have been referred by the Department of Social Service. Please call Leslie Wall for the FREE registration access code.