What is Love & Logic?
From the creators of Love & Logic
The “Love” in Love and Logic means that we love our kids so much that we are willing to set and enforce limits. This “Love” also means that we do so with sincere compassion and empathy.
The “Logic” in Love and Logic happens when we allow children to make decisions, affordable mistakes and experience the natural or logical consequences. When we balance this with sincere empathy, they develop the following logic:
The quality of my life depends on the quality of my choices.
With the loving yet powerful tools of Love and Logic, we can help our children learn to make good choices and experience happy lives while maintaining their love and respect.
|Start Date||Sunday, 27 October 2019|
|End Date||Sunday, 1 December 2019|
|Time||8:00 am to 9:10 am|
For more information, please contact Ms Jennifer Heathcote Osborne at email@example.com.
As a Social-Emotional Psychological Guidance Counsellor, Jennifer Heathcote Osborne, has an extensive background of working within mental health and well-being in the public, private and educational sectors.
An Integrative practitioner trained in both brief and open-ended models of therapeutic intervention she has over a decade of experience working therapeutically with children & family services around the globe.
Historically, in her role as a Senior Family Support Worker (Social Services Child Protection Team UK 2002), Jennifer became 'psychologically curious' re the impact of social-economic barriers to accessing therapeutic services, leading her to complete a Masters degree in Counselling Psychology (2008). Her research outcome, that centred on the issue of parental alienation went on to achieve recognition at the 'British Psychologist of the Year Awards' (2008). Concurrently, by 2009 Jennfier had achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Primary Care Mental Health and was employed by 'Improving Access to Psychological Therapies' (IAPT) a UK government initiative.
Currently, in her eighth year of international practice within the education sector, Jennifer has been facilitating the six-week-long 'Love and Logic' course since 2012. Trained by the Meriden Family Programme (UK) an evidence-based psychoeducational approach known as Behavioural Family Therapy (BFT), Jennifer integrates approaches that engage and assist families in developing their communication skills and problem-solving strategies.
Finally, to stay abreast of current mental health practices and to ensure the effectiveness of the whole-school approach that promotes student resilience mental health and wellbeing, Jennifer is studying for a Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership of School Mental Health and Wellbeing.