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Awakening Greatness in your Child Building INNER WEALTH™

One Heart at a time With Anita Bramhoff  

Wednesday, April 25th at 6:30 pm Queen Mary Multi-Purpose Room  

Queen Mary Pac is pleased to present an evening with Anita Bramhoff, certified Nurtured Heart Approach® Practitioner, and Vancouver School District Teacher.  

Ever wondered what the difference was between the days when you have success as a parent and the days you don’t?    Are you interested in raising a confident and self-motivated child?  Doing everything possible to ensure they don’t fall victim to bullying, social media acceptance, unsafe sexual habits, unhealthy emotional eating, or the number of other concerns parents have today?   Are you interested in evolving your parenting to align with the new curriculum?  Then this event is for you.   The Nurtured Heart Approach was initially developed to guide intense children into their own greatness, but today has proven to be highly effective for ALL children.  In this workshop, you will learn how to find the miraculous and great within even the smallest positive choices and to avoid giving energy to negative behaviour while still providing an effective form of accountability that is applied the second a rule is broken.      

Anita Bramhoff is dedicated and respected elementary school teacher in Vancouver, BC and has been teaching for 22 years.  She is passionate about educating the heart and is a Certified Nurtured Heart Practitioner.  She has worked as a Faculty Advisor at the University of British Columbia, is a trained Reading Recovery Teacher and mentors University Teacher Candidates.  When not working, she loves to walk and work in her garden.  

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This event requires no purchase for Queen Mary parents and a $10 suggested donation per person for other interested community members.  

Books will be available to purchase for $20 with all proceeds going to Queen Mary Pac.   We only have capacity for 100 people so please claim your ticket soon to ensure you have a spot.