The StudyPro Parent Workshops

The StudyPro is excited to offer a new 6-week parenting workshop.

This workshop is designed to provide practical guidance and an immediately-useful set of tools



The StudyPro is proud to present our new, 6-week parenting program 
curated to address some of the greatest challenges we hear from parents.

The group will meet weekly for six sessions from 10am – 11:30ambeginning Friday, January 27, 2023. 

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

Better understand the “why” behind your child’s behavior
Identify strategies to prevent conflict
Respond more effectively when there is conflict
Feel more in control of your own emotions
Build your children’s self-esteem and self-motivation

    Throughout this workshop we will explore strategies 
to create change in our parenting dynamics — 
from gaining a greater insight into the “why” of our 
children’s actions to learning new tools to prevent our own over-reactions.

    If you are struggling with unhealthy patterns of conflict in your family, 
this workshop will give you the opportunity to reflect on 
the underlying causes as well as learn effective strategies 
to feel more in control of your emotions and confident in your actions.

    The group will meet weekly for six sessions from 10am – 11:30am 
beginning Friday, January 27, 2023. 

    COST $650 (+spouses @50%)

    Past Workshops

    Lunch and Learn Series

    ‘No More Nagging: Fostering Internal Motivation’

    February 16th | 11:45am – 1:15pm | FREE

    If you are tired of threatening to take electronics away and frustrated with your inability to “change” your child, please join our guest speaker, Rachel Bailey, Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator, who will provide both insight and key strategies on what we can do to ease conflicts and instill a sense of motivation in our children.

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    Lunch and Learn Series

    ‘Are you too reactive with your child?’

    January 19th | 11:45am – 1:15pm | FREE

    Do conflicts with homework or behavior set you off? Do you wish you could be more supportive vs. emotional? We want confident and successful children, but sometimes our own fears and triggers turn in to criticism or conflict.