ReGen Next - Making healthy relationships the priority.
Classes & Workshops for Parents
...because a parent is a child's first teacher and a teen's primary influence.
As parents, we can all use a little help when navigating through the noise of a world that offers many confusing and conflicting messages. Our classes and workshops help parents to turn down the volume on messaging that can negatively impact the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual health of our homes. Our presenters are experienced educators who believe that children and youth need parents and caregivers who are empowered with the knowledge and fortitude that it takes to recognize and to change unhealthy thinking and behaviors.
Contact us for more information about Parenting For Life (PFL, faith-based) and
Turn Down The Volume (TDTV) classes and workshops. In-person and virtual sessions are available.
In-person test sites for our virtual eClasses now in Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, South Haven,
and Benton Harbor, MI and Elkhart, IN.
Parent-child connectedness is defined as a mutual, positive, long-lasting, emotional bond between parent and child. High levels of parent-child connectedness from infancy through adolescence produce security and hope that last a lifetime. In Great Parenting (Parts I/II), participants will explore various parenting styles and their consequences, the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and how to nurture resiliency in their children...and in themselves...when life happens.
Pamela Humes is the Director of ReGen Next INC. As an educator, Pamela equips parents and youth with the necessary tools for informed decision-making, increased levels of parent-child connectedness and resiliency. She has expanded the organization's outreach by providing educational services to churches, community organizations, social service agencies, middle schools, high schools and universities, juvenile justice centers, and shelters for the homeless through ReGen Next programming. She is a certified Building Family Connections (BFC) instructor for parents and other caregivers and sits on community task forces which address adolescent health concerns. Nationally, Pamela influences public policy and discourse as a consultant on projects that align with the mission of ReGen Next: to make healthy relationships the priority by providing programs that foster individual empowerment, parental engagement, and community support for risk avoidance strategies.