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The Path of Parenting

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Laura Burges
Erica Reischer, PhD
Interview with Laura Burges: The Path of Happy, Healthy Parenting
with Laura Burges and Erica Reischer, PhD

Sunday, May 18, 2014
11 am - 5:30 pm                    Eventbrite - The Path of Parenting(May/GGF)
in the Wheelwright Center at Green Gulch Farm

Saturday, September 20, 2014
11 am - 5:30 pm                    Eventbrite - The Path of Parenting(Sept/GGF)
in the yurt at Green Gulch Farm

This workshop is for any parent who wants to cultivate greater mindfulness and learn proven parenting methods for shaping positive behavior and raising happy, secure and loving kids.  Workshop topics include:

•    The ABCs of great parenting—Acceptance, Boundaries and Consistency.
•    How to gently reshape challenging childhood behaviors.
•    How to help kids and their parents manage intense feelings.
•    How to cultivate “happiness habits” in your family.
•    Meditation instruction.
•    Mindfulness practices for children and their parents.
•    Buddhist principles that support sound parenting.

Fees: $85, $76 current SFZC members, $68 limited income. To Register: Use the Register Online button next to the date you would like to attend. Or call our toll free number (888.743.9362) or our local number (415.475.9362).


Related Bio(s):

Laura Burges
Laura Burges is a lay entrusted teacher in the Soto Zen tradition. A teacher of children for 27 years, her work has been featured in the PBS special The Digital Divide and in the book Teach Our Children Well. She is active in bringing mindfulness practices into elementary classrooms. Laura co-founded the Sangha in Recovery program at the San Francisco Zen Center and lectures and leads retreats at different practice centers in Northern California.

Erica Reischer, PhD
Erica Reischer, PhD, is a local psychologist, mom and parent coach in private practice in Oakland who is passionate about helping moms and dads be mindful, loving and effective parents. She received a PhD in psychology/human development from the University of Chicago, and was a recipient of a MacArthur Foundation Grant, a National Institutes of Health Fellowship, and a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship for her research. For more information, please visit www.DrEricaR.com.