Parenting with Love and Logic

Instructs parents how to respond to frustrating situations with love and empathy and allow logical consequences to teach kids lessons.  Creative suggestions give parents freedom and allow children to make choices to gain skills in responsible decision making.

Eligibility Criteria: 

Open to anyone

How to Enroll: 

Call Rose Baker at (707) 496-6070

Population Served: 

Appropriate for all parents and caregivers

Child's Age: 

Ages 0-18
-Infants and toddlers (early childhood curriculum)
-Preschool through high school (regular curriculum)

Sponsor Name: 
Parents In Training
Co-sponsor Name: 
N/A
Contact
Rose Baker
Address: 
Tuesdays: Bear River Casino, 11 Bear Paws Way Loleta, CA and Thursdays: Bethel Church 2734 Hubbard Lane Eureka, CA
Phone: 
(707) 496-6070
Fee amount (per class/session): 
N/A
Fee amount (per individual/family): 
$210 - Lifetime Membership
Financial assistance information: 

Payment plans and scholarships available

Location: 
Eureka

Tuesday - Bear River Casino, 11 Bear Paws Way Loleta, CA 95551
Thursday - Bethel Church - 2734 Hubbard Lane Eureka, CA 95501

Languages Served: 
English
Certificate of Completion: 
Yes
Delivery method

Interactive topic discussion follows subtitled video instruction; lesson plan adapts to circumstances! One-on-one instruction available as needed.

Duration: 
1 1/2 hours (regular class) - 1 hr (early childhood curriculum)
Time of Day: 
Afternoons (12 p.m. – 4:59 p.m.)
Evenings (after 5 p.m.)

Regular class (ages 4 - 18 years):
Tuesdays 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
OR
Thursdays:
Early childhood curriculum (ages birth - 3 years):
Thursdays 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Regular curriculum ( for ages 4 - 18 years)
Thursdays 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Frequency: 
1 time per week for 6 weeks, take off the 7th week to practice. Then the class starts over the next week. Families can start at anytime, they do not have to wait until week 1.
Class Size: 
20 regular classes, 6 early childhood classes
Child care provided: 
Yes
Meal/Snack Provided: 

Each family may bring their own meal or snack to eat. Space is provided for each family to sit, eat, and talk to or ask the facilitators questions.