Betsy Brown Braun is a nationally recognized child development and behavior specialist, a parent educator, and an award-winning author.
Hailed by the New York Times as a “parenting guru,” Braun’s down-to-earth advice, delivered with humor, is derived from her expertise working with thousands of children (from toddlers to teens) and parents for over four decades. Her sold-out seminars, parenting groups, and educational conferences focus on issues that confront parents daily.
Whether Betsy is conducting a seminar or speaking before a group, her hands-on, just give-it-to-me-straight tools help parents gain the skills and confidence they need to handle the sometimes challenging situations that inevitably accompany raising children.
You will find a list of Betsy’s current seminar/presentation topics below.
For more information about booking Betsy for a speaking engagement or seminar please send an e-mail inquiry to email@example.com
For School, Private Parent, Business Meetings or Seminars, by Arrangement:
Newest Topic: Tender Topics (includes a Death, Sex, Terrorism)
Big Hat, No Cattle: Fathering
Cultivating Self Reliance
Discipline and Consequences
Double (triple) Your Pleasure: Parenting Multiple Birth Children
Elementary School, Here I Come! (Navigating the elementary school application process.)
Food, Glorious Food: Eating Behaviors
Gimme Gimme Gimme! (Dealing with spoilage in children)
Keeping Your Child Safe
Learning About Death
Mirror, Mirror: Body Image
Nursery School Know How (Finding the preschool that is right for your family.)
Nurturing Healthy Self Esteem
Small Talk is Big Talk: Communicating with Children.
Talking to Kids in Terrifying Times
The Birds and the Bees: A child’s path towards learning about sexuality
Taming Temper Tantrums
Raising a Resilient Child
For School Staff Development (For school teachers and administrators)
(Any of the above Seminar topics can be adapted for a school staff presentation.)
Dealing with Challenging Parents
Dealing with Multiple Birth Children in the School Environment
Effective Parent Communication
Nurturing Children’s Self Esteem
Nurturing Parent Partnerships
Small Talk is Big Talk: Communicating with children