The Central Bucks School District is proud to collaborate with our community partners in hosting a parent speaker series.The goal of Parent Positive is to create a venue for community conversations around relevant parenting issues. Parent positive is a collaboration between the CB Cares Educational Foundation, Doylestown Health, and the Central Bucks School District.
All sessions are free to the community and most are held in the Lenape Middle School Auditorium at 7:00 pm.
2019-2020 Parent Positive Events
Dr. Michael Bradley
Topic: “Loving Your Kid Without Losing Your Mind”
When: November 21 at 7 PM
- How the enigmatic teen brain works (and how it doesn’t work)
- The Ten Commandments of Parenting
- The three top ways to earn your kid’s respect (and the three top ways to destroy it)
Dr. Michael J. Bradley is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience working with adolescents. He is the award-winning author of four books including the bestselling Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy! – Loving Your Kid Without Losing Your Mind. Dr. Bradley’s down-to-earth presentations have informed and inspired audiences around the country. Babysitting is available.
Registration requested. Registration is required if you would like to receive presentation materials or if babysitting service (children ages five and over) is needed.
REGISTER HERE OR CALL 215-345-2121.
Babysitting is available for children age 5+ and will be provided by CB High School National Honor Society and Key Club students. Drop-off for babysitting will begin at 6:30pm and pick-up will immediately follow the program. Please share the ages of children for whom babysitting is requested.
September 26, 2019
Dr. Michael C. Reichert, Ph.D.
The Power of Relationships
Past Events:October 6, 2016
Creating a Culture of KindnessMs. Christa TinariNovember 1, 2016Documentary: Screenagers: Growing Up in a Digital AgeFebruary 1, 2017Dr. Jay Stone, Doylestown HealthUnderstanding Childhood Brain Development and Unlocking PotentialMarch 11, 2017Building a Community of Kindness - Discovering our Common GroundMore Information
CBFYMCAApril 5, 2017
Fostering Family Closeness and RespectDr. Robert Brooks, Harvard FacultyOctober 19, 2017Less Worry, More Joy: Applying the Research of Positive Psychology to ParentingDr. Katherine DahlsgaardNovember 6, 2017Digital SafetyJosh OchsFebruary 1, 2018Reducing Anxiety, Building Resilence in KidsDr. Sue KressleyMarch 9. 2018Choose Joy CelebrationApril 19, 2018Changing the Way We Think About Distracted Driving to Save LivesJoel FeldmanNovember 8, 2018
Strengthening the Family When Faced with AdversityFebruary 7, 2019
Dr. Christina Carson-Sacco
Healthy Transitions from Elementary to Middle to High School