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"How To Talk So Kids Will Listen" Workshop Faber et Mazlish - IN FRENCH.
Calendar: Commercial Events
Newbie 1st class
28.01.2012 08:30 to 18:00
*The times shown may change, depending on DST settings
City/Town: ZURICH
Event Type: Other
Location: zurich enge

Parents, teachers and professionals who work with children will marvel at how easy it is to develop communication skills that have been proven effective! These skills make life with children easier and more satisfying-and help children get along with each other and do well in school.
"How To Talk So Kids Will Listen" Workshop (Faber and Mazlish Methods) is taking place in FRENCH in Zurich the 28.01 - 04.02 - 11-02.

More dates and more Workshops available on our website.
If you understand a little bit French, it is a good opportunity to practice. Feel free to join us !
To subscribe and for more information : www.etapetransition-fm.ch


La méthode Faber et Mazlish propose une façon novatrice de résoudre les problèmes que l'on rencontre dans toute relation parents-enfants. Une approche ludique, sensible et pragmatique qui génère plus de fluidité et de gratifications pour les parents comme pour les enfants.

Atelier "Parler pour que les enfants écoutent, écouter pour que les enfants parlent"
Prochaine date à Zurich le 28.01 - 04.02 - 11-02
D'autres dates et d'autres ateliers disponibles sur le site.
Pour plus d'information et pour s'inscrire : www.etapetransition-fm.ch
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