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Caring for Kids God’s Way

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Caring for Kids God’s Way is designed to help us lead the way — to create an “army of leaders” who love and effectively care for kids in our homes, counseling centers, churches, communities and more. When you look over the curriculum, I think you’ll agree it is one of our best programs ever. Caring for Kids God’s Way is designed to create an “army of leaders” who love and effectively care for kids in a variety of settings such as homes, counseling centers, churches, communities and more. This course includes 30 lessons in five units of study. By completing this program, one can quickly improve in knowledge and skills that will effectively make a difference in the lives of children.

CHAD 101: Stress and Our Kids
CHAD 102: Childhood Development: An Attachment Perspective
CHAD 103: Brain Development: The Neurobiology of Youth
CHAD 104: Nutrition and Health
CHAD 105: Giving The Blessing to Your Children
CHAD 106: What Modern Kids Believe
CHAD 201: Emotional Coaching with Kids
CHAD 202: Family Systems: Understanding and Breaking Generational Patterns
CHAD 203: Preparing for Adolescence
CHAD 204: Parenting with Love and Grace
CHAD 205: Teaching Our Kids About Sex
CHAD 206: Learning Styles and Learning Disabilities
CHAD 301: The Epidemic of Child Abuse
CHAD 302: Preventing Child Abuse
CHAD 303: Kids and Addictions
CHAD 304: Grief and Loss in Childhood
CHAD 305: Depression in Children and Adolescents
CHAD 306: Anxiety in Children and Teens
CHAD 401: Angry, Defiant, and Violent Kids
CHAD 402: ADHD and Proper Intervention
CHAD 403: Divorce and Living in Blended Families
CHAD 404: The Unique Challenges of Raising Boys
CHAD 405: The Unique Challenges of Raising Girls
CHAD 406: Sex and the Youth Culture
CHAD 501: Effective Discipline Strategies
CHAD 502: Connecting with Kids Through the World of Play
CHAD 503: Kids and Modern Medications
CHAD 504: Helping Kids Be Safe on the Internet
CHAD 505: Too Small to Ignore
CHAD 506: Legal and Ethical Issues in Children’s Work