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http://m.encourageu.valueaddon.com Would you like to share the life-changing Positive Discipline principles with parents of teens, but worry about whether you’re equipped to support parents who may be dealing with unmotivated or rebellious teens, early sexual activity, or drug and alcohol use, especially when the stakes are so high? Solving The Mystery of Parenting Teens Facilitator’s Training Package is designed to help educators: Feel confident supporting parents of teens. Get familiar with experiential activities via a live online training with the course creators. Save time by providing “ready to go” content. The Facilitator’s Guide includes a 7 week (17 hour) course outline, complete with warm ups, experiential activities, comments from facilitators and parents on each activity, weekly homework assignments for parents and teens to do together to build their relationship, and handouts for each participant, all in a convenient, downloadable format. The Facilitator’s Package includes: A 200 page Facilitator’s Guide that clearly outlines a curriculum plan, advance preparation needed, activity instructions, a debrief of each activity as taught by the course creators and experienced by parent groups, plus specific homework assignments that get parents and teens talking and building relationship together (value $125) Parent Handout Guide, which saves facilitators time and money, and includes 64 pages of handouts related to each week’s lesson plan, plus additional blank pages for parents to make notes. “I LOVED the SMTP package. It’s all in there: detailed instructions, robust lessons plans, many opportunities for insight, learning and practice. I refer to mine all the time for my own family as well as for those I am coaching. A wonderful tool for family transformation—that’s what it did for mine. And the most supportive, effective lessons I’ve seen for educating parents with teens. “