Sat, Oct 26 9am - 12pm

Event Schedule:

9-10am Building a Secure Attachment Relationship with Your Child

10-11am Discipline: What should I do?

11am-12pm Laying a Spiritual Foundation.

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Parenting is one of the most rewarding things a person can do, but it is also one of the most challenging. There are so many different views on how to parent, and it can be hard to discern what is best. We will look at some common questions parents have for children of all ages, including:

  •        How do I connect with my child?
  •        Can I hold my child too much?
  •        How do I balance protecting my child and letting them learn through experience?
  •        What is child abuse?
  •        What are effective ways to discipline my child?
  •        How do I lay a healthy spiritual foundation for my child?

If you have found yourself asking these questions, then this class is for you. We hope to see you there!



Pete Singer is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 28 years experience in a variety of settings, including residential, home-based, outpatient psychotherapy, schools, and management. He received his MSW from the University of Minnesota. His counseling practice focuses on children who have experienced trauma. He uses Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and is a certified parent educator/supervisor with Circle of Security-Parenting. He completed a Certificate Program on  Trauma-Effective Leadership from the University of Minnesota. Pete started and is Director of a small non-profit that works to equip the community to better recognize, respond to, and prevent child maltreatment. He is the President and Lead Consultant with Advanced Trauma Consulting. In that role, he trains, consults, and writes regarding trauma, trauma-informed practice, and staff support in the legal, education, health, faith, and child welfare systems. He has been attending the Alley with his family since 2015.