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Attention parents and caregivers of young children!

Image of the Nurtured Heart logoDo you feel like you’ve tried “everything” to get your child to behave or be respectful but aren’t seeing results? Join us for one of our upcoming Nurtured Heart Approach® (NHA) classes taught by Melissa Niemi, an Early Interventionist, Speech-language Pathologist, and NHA Certified Trainer.

Learn why doing “more” to prevent and manage negative behaviors can backfire and how to begin to restore harmony at home by harnessing the power of the simplest and most rewarding prize: YOU!

The Nurtured Heart Approach

The Nurtured Heart Approach® is a methodology created by Howard Glasser to help parents and children discover their greatness together. Originally developed as a way to help intense and challenging children, the Nurtured Heart Approach has been shown to help all children flourish. By learning and integrating the approach, parents and children will learn to use their intensity in ways that support connection and growth, showing children (and adults) that their qualities of intensity are in fact their greatest asset.

Ready to Awaken Greatness?

The Anne Carlsen Center of Fargo is now offering classes to any members of the community interested in igniting greatness in not only their relationships with their children, but with other adults, and themselves.

Two Different Training Packages

Monday afternoons

September 12-October 17th, 1:30-3:30
$75 per person and $80 per co-parenting couple.

Half-Day Seminar

Friday September 9th from 9:00-12:30
$25 per person

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Centers for Nurtured Heart Approach® Training



4152 30th Ave Suite 102
Fargo, ND 58104


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Nurtured Heart® Training

Your class showed me a pragmatic way to show others (including myself) how to love with a genuine heart.

Zach, Speech-language pathologist and Early Interventionist