FSAP Workshops: Parenting - Love and Logic® course starts July 18

Love and Logic

Love and Logic® is a common-sense approach that provides educators and parents easy-to-learn skills that create respect, responsibility and good decision-making in children and youth. A well-known and trusted name, for over 30 years Love and Logic® has been serving parents and educators with practical and effective solutions that work right away. 

Research-based, Love and Logic® helps parents and teachers remain calm and productive in today’s more challenging social climate, with four scientifically-based principles:

  1. Logical consequences delivered with empathy
  2. Collective thinking and problem-solving
  3. Shared control
  4. Adult-child relationships that build mutual respect and self-esteem

Note: Prior to the first session, please call 303-278-7552 to purchase the workbook "Becoming a Love and Logic® Parent" ($9 each), and mention that Ben Leonard is facilitating the seven (7) session module for the course. The workbook will arrive within 4 to 5 days after the order is made. Handouts will NOT be provided due to copyright.

Module 1 starts July 18, 2013, from 12 - 1:30 p.m. at the UMC. 

Please contact our office at 303.492.3020 or email Ben.Leonard@colorado.edu for more information or to register. 

Facilitator: Ben A. Leonard - Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Ben Leonard is a counselor working with faculty and staff for FSAP (Faculty and Staff Assistance Program) at the University of Colorado on the Boulder Campus. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and completed his graduate work at The University of Denver. He worked in elementary schools and community mental health centers before coming to the University last year. Leonard became a Love and Logic® facilitator in 2006 while working with a variety of families struggling to communicate and in-turn feeling unsuccessful in their roles as fathers, mothers or children. He is passionate about sharing the Love and Logic® philosophy and believes in the strong positive effects the tools have on families.

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