Parenting is never easy, but the experts at Centralia College can make the job easier. Here are two of the parenting classes offered for fall quarter.
Parenting in Recovery
2:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesdays
Sept. 23-Dec. 2
Centralia College Health and Wellness Center
This class is designed for parents in substance abuse recovery. The focus is on understanding the impact of substance abuse on family dynamics, rebuilding trusting relationships, and renewing family bonds.
This two-credit class is paid for in part by grants from Lewis County Chemical Dependency-Mental Health-Therapeutic Courts Sales and Use Tax and from NW HIDTA through Lewis County Social Services.
For more information, contact Cynthia Waddell at firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda Wilcox at 360-763-9391, ext. 464.
Love and Logic
6-8 p.m. Tuesdays
Sept. 22-Nov. 24
Centralia College TEEN Classroom
219 Iron St. (corner of Walnut and Iron)
Love and Logic is a nationally recognized approach to parenting. Parents learn to teach their kids respect and responsibility, and owning and solving their problems. At the same time, parents learn to have more fun with their kids and feel more confident and relaxed in their parenting. This is a two-credit class.
For more information about registering, contact Linda WilcoxMary Rushton at atat at 360-736-9391, ext. 464 or email@example.com.