Skill, Not Will: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Webinar for Families

Friday, April 09 2021
10 - 11:30 a.m.
Contact:
Parent Resource Center 703-204-3941
Free - Registration Required
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The FCPS Parent Resource Center is offering the following free webinar:

Skill, Not Will: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Webinar for Families

Register for Skill, Not Will: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Webinar for Families

Join us for the important session to learn some key strategies from the Collaborative Problem Solving® approach to managing challenging behavior. 

The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach:

  • Promotes the understanding that challenging kids lack the skill (problem-solving, flexibility, and frustration tolerance) - not the will - to behave
  • Focuses on collaborating with the child/youth/young adult to solve the problems leading to challenging behavior and building the skills they need to succeed.

Avoid the use of power, control, and use motivational procedures instead. 

Presented by staff from United Methodist Family Services: Carmen Dailey, Organizational Learning Manager, and CPS Certified Trainer.

Friday April 9, 2021 10 - 11:30 a.m.

We are limited to 500 participants so register early!

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The FCPS Parent Resource Center is offering the following free webinar:

Skill, Not Will: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Webinar for Families

Register for Skill, Not Will: The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach Webinar for Families

Join us for the important session to learn some key strategies from the Collaborative Problem Solving® approach to managing challenging behavior. 

The Collaborative Problem-Solving Approach:

  • Promotes the understanding that challenging kids lack the skill (problem-solving, flexibility, and frustration tolerance) - not the will - to behave
  • Focuses on collaborating with the child/youth/young adult to solve the problems leading to challenging behavior and building the skills they need to succeed.

Avoid the use of power, control, and use motivational procedures instead. 

Presented by staff from United Methodist Family Services: Carmen Dailey, Organizational Learning Manager, and CPS Certified Trainer.

Friday April 9, 2021 10 - 11:30 a.m.

We are limited to 500 participants so register early!