Me & You, Kid, Self Esteem - RonaldMah

Ronald Mah, M.A., Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist,
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"Me and You, Kid"
Building Self-Esteem in the Adult/Child System

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Lecture and Discussion- Participants are encouraged to make the workshop more relevant to their concerns by asking questions.

The presentation uses the building of a house as a metaphor for teaching how the adults' forming of their own self-esteem and psychological health are the foundation to building the self-esteem of children. Seven fundamentals to creating the foundation in the adult-child system to build self-esteem. Seven guidelines to building self-esteem in the child. This theoretical knowledge is presented with practical techniques.

1) The role that Self-Esteem plays in our lives and society.
  • Abusers, Victims, & Survivors- The Differential Outcomes of Ineffective to Effective Self-Esteem Building.

2) Where Self-Esteem begins and Where and How it begins to be lost.
  • The self-concept, behavior, environment and feedback endless loop.

3) Acceptance, Power & Control, Moral Virtue, and Competence- The four cornerstones of Self-esteem.

4) THE FOUNDATION: Seven fundamentals to building Self-Esteem in the Adult-Child System.
  • Building the foundation as the hardest part of the process, but also as the most fundamental and vital part.
  • The sequence of building. The logic of the process as it relates to personal growth and psycho-developmental dynamics.

5) THE BUILDING: Seven guidelines to Building Self-Esteem in Children.
  • How Adults usually start the process without the foundation. The consequences of starting the process without the foundation.
  • The importance of handing over the task of building to the child.

6) The Trap & the Message of being the Perfect Parent or Perfect Teacher.

7) The 90 Second Child Self-Esteem Prescription Plan
3056 Castro Valley Blvd., #82
Castro Valley, CA 94546
Ronald Mah, M.A., Ph.D.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT32136
office: (510) 582-5788
fax: (510) 889-6553
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