What’s the Big Secret?

When and how do you talk to your children about sexuality?  Where do you start?  How do you answer questions in a developmentally appropriate way?  Children are learning about sexuality from the moment they are born and you are your

Goodbye Diapers!

When to begin?  How to start and proceed?  This class will offer information to help your child gain success.  We will have time to discuss parent attitudes and frustrations. Register with Teacher Becky here

The Internal Life of Introverts

Do you have a child who hangs back in unfamiliar situations?  Who seems to become suddenly quiet in a group instead of their usual talkative self?  We’ll explore the wonderful, private world of the introvert, see how they are hard-wired

Co-op Butterfly Families (Ongoing Discussion Group)

Co-op's monthly discussion group for families with children with higher needs/sensitivities. The purpose of the group is to learn from one another, offering support, experiences, and resources, as well as building community and connection.  Wherever you are on your journey, ranging from a

Living Between the Races

Let’s get together and talk about raising multi-racial and transracially adopted children.  Most parents do not have firsthand experience of what it is like being multiracial or of a different race.  At this seminar we will talk about educating ourselves,

Undoing Racism and Teaching Equity to Our Children

Presented by Families of Color Seattle (FOCS), facilitators will lead the workshop providing more tools for parents to talk with children and each other about race, bias, racism, and anti-racism. They will explore systemic racism and parents’ own understanding of

Incorporating Parenting Methods & How Each Works with Your Child’s Brain

There are so many ways to teach children our behavior expectations. Which one is right for your family? Are time outs really making a difference? Is redirecting getting the message across? Why do things only work sometimes? Bring your questions about seemingly conflicting