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About Redirecting Children's Behavior and Sarah Wood

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Redirecting Children’s Behavior was created by Kathryn Kvols and is based on the teachings of Rudolph Dreikurs and his highly acclaimed book, Children: The Challenge. RCB offers effective parenting solutions for today’s families. The course is based on a democratic approach to parenting that will internally motivate your child to succeed. RCB teaches simple solutions for the common challenges of raising children.

What you can gain from this course:

-Eliminate arguing, scolding and yelling and threatening
-Feel positive about your parenting skills
-Create more time for yourself
-Skills to promote agreement instead of fighting
-Get on the same “parenting page” with your spouse

What your children will gain from this course:

-Responsibility and initiative
-Self-control and self-reliance
-Good decision making skills
-Resistance to peer pressure
-Cooperation skills and develop successful attitudes

Who can benefit from this course:

-Parents expecting or having children of any age, from toddlers to teens
-Step-Parents, Grandparents, aunts and uncles, babysitters
-Teachers, Counselors, Nurses, Social Workers, Pediatricians, or anyone who relates to children.

About Sarah Wood:

I am a Certified Parenting Educator and former Elementary School teacher in San Diego. I have been happily married since 2004 and am the proud mother of 4 boys: Gavin, Benjamin, Dylan and Ryan. My passion for helping friends and family inspired me to become a RCB instructor. Through my courses and workshops, I have seen many parents achieve great success with the techniques that I have taught them.

I first took the Redirecting Children’s Behavior course from my aunt, Susie Walton, before I had my first child. I thought I would be the perfect parent with all of these tools under my belt. I soon found out that parenting was a lot harder than it looked! Every day was a new challenge with my family and I struggled with being the mother that I wanted to be. I often re-read Kathryn Kvols book, Redirecting Children’s Behavior, which reminded me of the simple tools to be a successful parent.

After the birth of my third son, I decided to become a RCB instructor. I wanted to spread the strategies that were working for me with friends, and also to keep the RCB techniques in the forefront of my mind. My kids are not perfect, nor am I, but having an arsenal of effective parenting tools has helped to make my journey of being a mother an amazing and positive experience.