iCohere Partners with World-Famous Author/Educator Howard Glasser to Produce Nurtured Heart Approach™ Workshop
Transforming the Difficult Child, All Children Flourishing methodology already used in hundreds of thousands of homes and classrooms around the world.
Walnut Creek, CA, August 06, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Collaboration platform provider iCohere and educator Howard Glasser have entered into a partnership to deliver a professional development workshop called "Transforming the Difficult Child— All Children Flourishing."
Glasser will personally deliver this dynamic, cutting-edge program as a 6-week interactive online course for mental health professionals, educators, psychologists, and parents.
The workshop will run September 20 through October 28, 2010.
The workshop will cover:
-The unique dynamics of the challenging child
-Crucial concepts for understanding the Nurtured Heart Approach
-Therapeutic stances of the Nurtured Heart Approach and why they work
-Techniques for energizing success that reach deeply to the child's heart
-Nurtured Heart Approach rules and consequences that set the stage for limits to have great impact
-Techniques for extending the Nurtured Heart Approach and energizing success from home to educational and other environments
-Extending the Nurtured Heart Approach to promoting the greatness of all children
The course includes step-by-step instruction in on-demand audio/video presentations, weekly learning activities, live webinars with Glasser; online discussions; and new readings about the Nurtured Heart Approach that are unavailable elsewhere.
"It's fun to see these very same intense problematic children now acting out greatness," said Lisa Bravo, a parent, educator and therapist from Phoenix AR.
"A child's intensity is a gift that needs to be nurtured, not medicated," says. Glasser. "Faced with uncontrolled anger, aggression, defiance and disrespect from an intense child, most adults react by increasing the severity of normal parenting methods, only to see the situation get worse. Unlike these traditional methods, the Nurtured Heart Approach has been proven to have a transformative effect on these challenging children. The child learns to believe in himself and build confidence from the successes that flow from investing his intensity, intelligence, and life force into positive action. Join me for this 6-week interactive workshop and you'll leave with a powerful skill set you can use immediately to help intense and challenging children fully engage life in successful ways."
"We are thrilled to be adapting and supporting Howards's work using the iCohere collaborative platform," said Pascal Kaplan, CEO and Co-Founder of iCohere. "The Nurtured Heart Approach is extraordinary, and teaching this approach is a perfect fit for collaborative eLearning. Now teachers, parents and practitioners worldwide can experience Howards's wisdom and the utility of his solutions for not only the challenging child but all children."
Continuing Education Units are available for:
Marriage and Family Therapists
Howard Glasser, Children's Success Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lance A. Simon, iCohere, Inc., email@example.com, (202) 870-6146.
iCohere offers state-of-the-art collaboration solutions for associations, nonprofits, and government agencies. Our clients use iCohere for communities of practice with social networking,; virtual conferences and events, eLearning courses, and organizational change initiatives. iCohere serves over 200 organizations worldwide.
About Howard Glasser:
Howard Glasser, M.A., is the founder of the Children's Success Foundation and creator of The Nurtured Heart Approach™, which is being used in hundreds of thousands of homes and classrooms around the world. He is author of Transforming the Difficult Child, currently the top-selling book on ADHD; The Inner Wealth Initiative, one of the leading books on school interventions, and his most recent book, YOU Are Oprah – Igniting the Fires of Greatness. Four of his seven books are in the top 1% of all books on Amazon.com.
Contact Lance A. Simon at (202) 870-6146 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how iCohere can benefit your organization.
Lance A. Simon