The Family Comfort Zone Program is every Wednesday throughout the year from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm Eastern Standard Time or 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm Pacific Standard Time.
All sessions to be conducted on Zoom.
Support Groups, Workshop Activities, and Guided Discussions to lead families to chose between success and failure, understanding and confusion, harmony and respect, for each member.
What is Family Comfort Zone?
Family Comfort Zone is a once a week parent and child/children program designed specifically to connect the family with each other in a positive and effective manner.
The program consists of themes which include Trust and Respect, Loyalty, Honesty, Self-Esteem, Listening Skills, Family Rules, Discipline, Consistency, Choices, Goal Setting and Learn to Let Go.
In each workshop, we discuss how to implement these themes within the family unit. Ultimately, the concept is to look at changing negative behavior to positive behavior in a constructive manner.
This program enables more quality time with each family member.
How does it work?
The parent(s) and child/children must attend together.
The parent(s) and child/children will listen to Guest Speakers who are experts in their field.
The parent(s) and child/children will complete a written activity together.
The parent(s) and child/children will share their written activity with the group on what they will improve on during the next week in regards to the theme of that session. Open discussions will follow.
The parent(s) and child/children will meet once a week for 1 hour and 30 minutes per session. The session semester is approximately 3 months.
Why attend the Family Comfort Zone Program?
Fifteen years in development, Family Comfort Zone is the only program of its kind.
Over 15,000 families have attended Family Comfort Zone Workshops within the San Fernando Valley.
Since 2012, The Boys and Girls Club of the San Fernando Valley has continued to be a great support of the Family Comfort Zone Program.
Parent Project is designed for parents learning how to communicate more effectively with their children and teens in the area of changing destructive adolescent behavior.
This can be accomplished by:
Understanding our children.
Addressing problematic behavior.
A parent's formula for success.
Adolescent drug use.
The out of control child.
Considering relationships and developing action plans.
Finding help and support.
The dynamics of change.
Managing conflict in the home.
*Upon completion of the Parent Project Course, you will receive a Parent Project Certificate of Completion.
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