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Two things that can get in the way of family connections are fear and guilt. Too often, we set the intention of being a compassionate parent, but at the end of the day wonder how we ended up in another power struggle. Are you constantly worried about screwing up your kids? Using the Emotionally Focused Family Therapy model, you will learn skills to transform your parent child relationship. You'll explore how to validate strong emotions like sadness and anger, build your child's confidence, strengthen your communication skills and how to stay calm during a power struggle. You'll also use the Parenting Dimensions Assessment to discover your personal areas of growth.  Registration covers one or both parents. Materials fee: $5 per person.

Schedule : Weekly - Thu 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM; starting 5/3/2018, ending 5/3/2018

Tuition: $49.00

Materials Cost: $5.00

Location : Arapahoe Campus Location : 
  Arapahoe Campus.

Room :  269C

Instructor : Kim DaHarb 

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You have 30 minutes to get out, what do you do? Determine what is crucial to take in the event of fire, flood, natural disaster or medical emergency. Organize your vital information in a “Grab-&-Go” binder.  Easily convert everything to electronic documents including photo albums, and back it all up to the Cloud. Discover local evacuation routes, useful free apps and multiple tips. Create your own “Go” Bags, Backpacks & Bins. Instructor was in Santa Rosa, CA as the fires spread. Lecture. 

Schedule : Weekly - Wed 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; starting 5/16/2018, ending 5/16/2018

Tuition: $49.00

Materials Cost: $0.00

Location : Arapahoe Campus Location : 
  Arapahoe Campus.

Room :  368

Instructor : Kevin Boyd 



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After being told for years that Social Security is “going broke,” baby boomers are wondering what they will actually collect. Understand the basics of Social Security and learn strategies to maximize your benefits. Get answers to questions such as: Will Social Security be there for me? How can I maximize my benefits? Will it be enough for retirement? You will learn the five factors to consider before applying for benefits, how to coordinate spousal benefits and other sources of retirement income, how to minimize taxes, and so much more.  

Schedule : Weekly - Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM; starting 4/19/2018, ending 4/19/2018

Tuition: $19.00

Materials Cost: $0.00

Location : Southern Hills Middle Location : 
  Southern Hills Middle.

Room :  271

Instructor : Koren Vining 



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Grab your high school student and learn if he/she should volunteer at the emergency room and other pressing questions surrounding the college application process. You'll be introduced to the entire process and walk away with a clearer understanding of this daunting task. All your questions will be answered regarding which standardized tests matter, the common application, personal statements and more.

Schedule : Weekly - Thu 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM; starting 4/5/2018, ending 4/5/2018

Tuition: $35.00

Materials Cost: $0.00

Location : New Vista High School Location : 
  New Vista High School.

Room :  318

Instructor : Lori Lucas 



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