Reviews for Empowerment Parenting
“With a background in adult education and youth work as a Day Camp Counsellor plus leader positions within Scouts Camp/ D of E Award in Canada I read this booklet. It is well researched and presented in such a way that people taking this will grasp the concepts very well. It has a logical flow to it and various exercises within it to reinforce to what you have been taught. Lastly, it has a resource list and websites for further Information for you to do further readings on topics that maybe of interest to you here.”
– Bob Russell, Program Co-ord. @ the Ontario Parole Board (Retired) & Ontario Deputy Guildmaster for the B.P. Guild in Canada.
“This book is excellent…lots of helpful advice for youth and parents.
I wish I had this when my children were teenagers. I highly recommend that parents read this book.”
– Eva Peric, Associate Director of Mental Health and Addictions Programs / FRONTLINE Task Force
“Rarely does a set of instructions for raising children come packaged in this way.
Parents, teenagers and educators everywhere will benefit from reading Empowerment Parenting!”
– J. Gordon Boyd, CEO FRONTLINE Task Force on Public Safety
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