Dads Share Advice on Power Struggles

Wednesday, June 2, 2021 / 8 – 9 pm ET

PEP has offered occasional programs for Dads since 2016 to explore parenting challenges from a father's point of view. In this webinar, two PEP Parent Educator Dads explore the universal challenge of parent-child power struggles – moments when you and your child are locked in conflict and focused on winning rather than solving the issue at hand.

Through a mixture of personal stories, parenting tools, and a good dose of humor, the presenters share strategies to:

  • identify power struggles (hint: they’re often repeated, so you get lots of opportunity to try new ideas),
  • address what to do in the moment to defuse the conflict,
  • establish a preventative approach based on solving problems and providing positive power to your child.

Registration includes access to the live webinar, handouts, and audio/video recordings.


Your Instructor


Brian Lewis & Dave Drazen
Brian Lewis & Dave Drazen

CAPT Brian Lewis is an Arrhythmia Cardiologist at US Food and Drug Administration. He was named Chief Medical Officer of the Commissioned Corps in November 2017 to represent and help the 750+ Commissioned Corps physicians survive and thrive so they can focus on promoting the health of all Americans. Dr. Lewis practices clinically at Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Arrhythmia Cardiology. His interests outside public health include raising three children and vocal and guitar music learning and performance. He is the principal conductor of the USPHS Music Ensemble’s Concert Band. Brian and his wife, Kakki, are frequent volunteer parent educators at Parent Encouragement Program in Kensington, MD, leading classes for parents who want to learn more about what makes their kids tick!

Dave Drazen is a leader with the Parent Encouragement Program (PEP) and has been taking or leading classes since 2013. He has two active boys ages 10 and 13, and found that PEP's philosophies spoke to him. He is passionate about working with parents and caregivers to share the tools and insights that PEP has brought him.



"My husband and I really enjoyed the webinar. we have some practical strategies that we can start to implement right away."

--Participant, PEP Online


"It was a hard topic and I felt like she explained the issues well in a non-judgmental way. Thank you!"

--Participant, PEP Online

 

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