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4-Week Connected Parenting Workshop with Jennifer Kolari Starts in May

Saturday, April 24th, 2010 | 3 Comments
Get a chance to work with Connected Parenting founder Jennifer Kolari this May with a 4-week Parenting Workshop in Toronto.  The workshop will build your skills with material from the Connected Parenting workshop, the Connected Parenting Advanced Strategies workshop, and the Parenting with read more »

Four-Week Connected Parenting Workshop by Teleseminar/Webinar Starts this Thursday, April 8!

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010 | 4 Comments
Work with Connected Parenting founder Jennifer Kolari this April when she runs a 4-week Parenting Workshop by teleseminar/webinar with Jacqueline Green.  The workshop will build your skills with material from the Connected Parenting workshop, the Connected Parenting Advanced Strategies workshop, and the Parenting read more »

Connected Parenting Workshop with Jennifer Kolari this February

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010 | 0 Comments
Get a chance to work with Connected Parenting founder Jennifer Kolari this February with a 4-week Parenting Workshop in Toronto.  The workshop will build your skills with material from the Connected Parenting workshop, the Connected Parenting Advanced Strategies workshop, and the Parenting read more »

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