Do you find yourself dealing with challenging people at home (children, spouse) or at work (boss, colleagues, employees)? Do you sometimes get triggered by these people and wish you had handled the situation better? Imagine having a simple framework that guides you in every personal or professional challenge and brings out the best in both you and the other person.
The Collaborative Problem Solving approach, developed by psychologist Dr. Ross Greene, is a practical framework for better understanding and communicating with challenging people. Originally designed for parents and adults working with children, it has wide applications to all relationships both personally and professionally.
CPS helps you move from a reactive to a proactive response while strengthening interpersonal relationships and building the cognitive skills of both parties.
Collaborative Problem Solving workshop
Tuesday, 10th of March, 12:15pm
Buffet lunch provided
Speaker: Karen Kraut is a parenting coach and certified trainer in the Collaborative Problem Solving approach. She has a Master of Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley; a Graduate Certificate in Counseling and Psychology from Lesley University; and a B.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Karen founded Be The Parent You Want to Be! to teach parents this life-changing approach through individual/couples coaching, workshops and presentations. She has worked with over 800 parents in the last 7 years, in Boston and now Paris.
Don't miss this exceptional event!
This conference will be held in English.
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