Tina Payne Bryson talks with Washington, DC's PEP Parent.
Parents can foster their children’s ability to say yes to the world and welcome all that life has to offer, even during difficult times. This is what it means to cultivate a Yes Brain, and it leads to the characteristics we want to nurture: emotional regulation, resilience, personal insight, and empathy. Based on Dr. Tina Payne Bryson's new book, The Yes Brain(co-authored with Dan Siegel), learn ways to encourage in your kids this positive, engaged approach to life. Using her trademark warmth and humor, Dr. Bryson will share specific strategies for creating Yes Brain opportunities that allow your kids to thrive – both now and as they grow into adulthood.
$25 with recording available to hear later. This is a 5pm start on the west coast, 8pm start in DC.
"PEP's mission is to build strong, harmonious family relationships through parenting education, skills training and support. We help adults foster the values of mutual respect, shared responsibility, competence and cooperation in young people, preparing them to make positive contributions to their families, their communities and the world at large."