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Canceled: Love & Logic for Parents of School-Aged Children

  • Chattanooga WorkSpace 302 West 6th Street Chattanooga, TN, 37402 United States (map)

Due to illness, this class has been canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience! Email us at to be notified when we reschedule.


This course is designed to empower parents of school-aged children to balance their households to avoid the push and tug of the parent/child relationship. Learning how to discipline with love and logic so that consequences become growing experiences, rather than punitive, self-defeating guilt-inducing negative family experiences will be the goal of this session. Embedding the 5 to Thrive Strategies of Chattanooga Basics, families will leave with the goal of maximizing love while minimizing stress. In addition, families will get some tips on how to create a One-Year Plan to help their child be successful in school.

Are you ready for some practical ideas for raising responsible children who feel great about themselves – children who are responsible and ready to live in the real world? Are you ready to feel empowered and confident in leading a home that is filled with calmness and positivity? Are you ready to get started?

This course is for you!

About the teacher:

Dr. Robin Cayce is the Director of Programs for Chattanooga 2.0. Beginning her career in education as a 5th grade teacher, Dr. Cayce went on to serve as a Principal in both Hamilton County Public Schools and Metro Nashville Public Schools. Before coming to Chattanooga 2.0, Dr. Cayce served as the Director of Professional Development, Pre-K – 4th Grade for Metro Nashville Public Schools. Dr. Cayce is the author of Project APPLE (Autistic Preadolescent Proactive Learning Environments) and is an adjunct professor with Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. She is committed to her work with Chattanooga 2.0 and the vision of ensuring that Chattanooga is the smartest community in the South! Dr. Cayce is not an expert at parenting, but she is pretty proud of her daughter, Della Wheeler, who is an artist and graphic designer living in Chattanooga with her sweet grand-dog, Henry!