HOW TO TALK

Keynotes, Trainings, and Parent Education Talks

for your organization

“How To Talk” Keynotes,
Talks and Trainings

Julie’s lively keynotes, talks and trainings offer an overview and introduction to the How To Talk approach. With engaging, real-life examples, Julie shows her audience why typical strategies backfire, and offers better ways to communicate and connect with kids. Her interactive style is entertaining, fun and informative. Your audience will leave with concrete tools and strategies they can implement immediately. Time is reserved for Q & A. 

Julie’s presentation can be tailored to the specific issues and challenges of your organization. In addition to parent groups, she has presented to a diverse range of audiences, including preschool and elementary school teachers, family physicians, pediatric residents, child and adolescent psychiatry residents, and pediatric dentists. The talk is helpful and appropriate to anyone who lives or works with young children.

We recently hosted Julie King to speak to the parents in our community. Julie was an absolute pleasure to work with. Her presentation is interactive, engaging and very informative. She is a talented speaker and kept the audience entertained and engaged throughout. At the question and answer session at the end, Julie took the time to listen to people’s questions and unique situations and tried to see it from their perspective. I highly recommend Julie, her book, and her talk!

Devorah Bush

Camp Aleph Director

Julie King came to our dental practice and spoke to us about how to talk to kids – the amazing thing is that she tailored the entire talk to be relevant to things we encounter on a daily basis in our pediatric dental practice. As I read her book I tried to think of dental scenarios in my head, but nothing was better than the actual author going through the dental scenarios with us. We listened to her advice and also had opportunities to come up with our own answers and act it out. Everyone in the practice from the doctors, front office, to  back office staff appreciated the talk. Also Julie’s talk allowed for us to have a meeting that created positive feelings for everyone. Any organization that works with kids would greatly benefit from having Julie as a speaker.
Dr. Nakako Uritani

Aloha Pediatric Dentistry


“How To Talk” Workshops

 

The “How To Talk So LITTLE Kids Will Listen” Workshop meets either online or in person for two hours a week over four-weeks, or in a one-day intensive format for busy parents. The workshop can be geared to parents of children from preschool to teen age. Each session covers a new topic, such as helping children deal with difficult feelings; engaging children’s cooperation; alternatives to punishment; and problem solving – with experiential exercises, skill building, and practice exercises. Parents are encouraged to ask questions and share their stories throughout the workshop. 


Why sponsor this workshop?

            • Most people learn best by doing, asking questions, and having fun.
              These workshops teach through interactive exercises and allow plenty of time for parents to ask questions and brainstorm strategies for their current challenges.
            • Often advice is too general (“children need limits” and “love your children unconditionally”) and it’s hard to know how to implement in the moment, like when your preschooler won’t stop whining, your grade-schooler won’t put on his shoes, and your teen won’t clean up her mess – and they’re all late to school! These workshops help parents learn the specific language that sets limits, conveys love, supports autonomy, and respects individual differences, all while managing the little moments – like getting out the door on time!
            • Raising children has become an isolated and isolating endeavor for too many parents. These workshops create a culture of sharing and support, where parents can connect to others with similar challenges.

“Thanks so much for the entertaining and informative presentation you gave at Franklin Elementary School in Alameda.  Feedback from participants has been extremely positive. The material you presented was useful and practical… Participants appreciated the realistic and appropriate examples you used in your presentation, as well as your responsiveness to their specific questions. Additionally, your warm, engaging, and humorous presentation style made the time fly by.  Thank you again.”

Amy Price

Franklin PTA President

“Julie’s workshop was immensely helpful, practical and insightful.  I have taken many classes in order to become a licensed teacher, but none were as useful in my everyday work with the children in my classroom. I wholeheartedly recommend her!”

Sita Khufu

Teacher, San Anselmo Preschool

Speaker Request form

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For larger events, Julie King and Joanna Faber
can present together.

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