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Enrichment Counseling Center is back
By Sentinel News Service
Published February 6, 2014

Certified course helps parents improve  skills is back

Dr. Beverly “BAM” Crawford’s Enrichment Counseling Center (ECC) presents “Making Parenting a Pleasure (MPAP),” a free interactive 13 week workshop that focuses on helping parents/caregivers improve their parenting skills and strengthening their support network. It is open to everyone and ideal for single, new, and young parents, as well as their caregivers, grandparents and teachers. This court approved course also helps parents regain custody of their children. Participants may attend as little or as many sessions as they prefer.

The 13 Parenting workshops are held every Thursday at 7:30pm, until March 21, 2014. English and Spanish workshops are available and will take place at 319 E. Kelso Street, Inglewood,CA. Please note that child care will not be provided.

The curriculum centers first on the need for self-care and personal empowerment and uses discussion and experimental activities in a group format. Courses offered include stress and anger management, listening skills, verbal communications, challenging behaviors, child development and discipline from infants to teens.

The mission of ECC is to promote and provide deliberate, creative educational programming that emphasizes a multicultural and developmental perspective on prevention, wellness and self-help.

ECC is committed to serving the physical, spiritual, and mental needs of the community.

Registration/workshop related questions call 310.330.8300.

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