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|"The Measure of a..." Programs are designed to use vicarious learning theory to train individuals a practical definition of what it means to be a man, woman, husband, wife, father, mother, child, and friend. These programs use real life situations showing positive and negative outcomes for good and bad choices on the part of the characters so that the individual can learn vicariously what is right from wrong by witnessing the consequence of a similar character or role model.|
|Note: The Measure of a Man is currently in roll-out phase while the other programs are still in development.|
|Parent/Child Workshop is an interactive multi-topic program using current psychological theory and practices to teach parents parenting styles, child discipline, health and diet, sleep and routines, and more.|
|Note: Parent/Child Workshops are currently in roll-out phase.|
|Pre-Marriage Workshop is an interactive program using vicarious learning theory to prepare couples for what they are going to experience preparing for the marriage and what they are going to experience after they say, "I do." This includes understanding each other's expectations of children, working with in-laws, and more.|
|Note: Pre-Marriage Workshop is still in development at this time.|
|Marriage Workshop is an interactive program using vicarious learning theory for couples who are already married, separated, or divorced, who wish to strengthen or restore their marriage by learning how to deal with situations they experience everyday with each other, children, families, in-laws, and more.|
|Note: Marriage Workshop is still in development at this time.|
Rhettman speaking at a "Lost Boys" gathering at Grand Canyon University.
"Lost Boys" are a group of Sudanese refugees that were adopted by the United States Government and brought to the United States.
“Parents, if you would give your life for your child, then how about living and giving your ego and pride instead.” – Rhettman A. Mullis, Jr.