Patricia Mullen Presents the Power of Positives

Are you a parent, grandparent, teacher, daycare worker, or person who works with kids?

Are you sometimes perplexed and frustrated about how you can interact with kiddos in a positive way to achieve the best behavior possible?

Then this workshop is for you, and best of all it’s free!

Morning Star Community Services is sponsoring this series of workshops as a community benefit, free of charge, as part of our mission to support children and families in our community. Please join us!

You will learn . . .

Class participants will learn how increasing positive interactions can increase compliance. The difference between positive interactions and a negative interaction will be explained and demonstrated.

Attendees will learn what to do when your child shows difficulty in accepting positives and how/when to use other positive interventions to achieve positive behaviors.

The schedule – attend one or all!

  • The Power of Positives | April 4, 2018
  • How to Increase Compliance Through Effective Direction Giving | April 11, 2018
  • How to Avoid Power Struggles | May 23, 2018
  • What to do When They Don’t Comply | May 30, 2018
  • The Power of Positives | June 6, 2018
  • How to Increase Compliance Through Effective Direction Giving | June 13, 2018
  • How to Avoid Power Struggles | June 20, 2018
  • What to do When They Don’t Comply | June 27, 2018

All classes are held at Rock Pointe Tower Corporate Office | 316 West Bonne | Spokane, Washington | Conference Room 2nd floor | 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. | light refreshments will be provided

About the Presenter

Patricia Mullen is a Behavior Specialist in private practice in Spokane, Washington. Patricia has worked with socially emotionally behaviorally disabled youth for 30 years.

Patricia attended Gonzaga University and has been in a variety of roles; special education teacher in self-contained classrooms (elementary/high school), behavior intervention specialist for several school districts, and worked in a four-county region in north central Washington as a behavior consultant and trainer.

More information please contact Ruby Bynum: | Foster Care Coordinator | 509-448-1202 extension 215 |