High conflict relationships between parents have negative consequence for children.
This course is designed to teach co-parents how to reduce conflict, improve communication and enhance positive parenting skills. Parents will learn skills to develop a positive parenting relationship with one another.
$10.00 per participant
BOTH PARENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND THE SAME CLASS
A brief targeted intervention in a one-to-one format that assists parents to develop parenting plans to manage behavioral issues (e.g. tantrums, fighting, going shopping) and skill development issues (e.g. eating independently, toilet training, staying in bed at night). Practitioners provide 3-4 sessions (15-30 minutes each) over a period of 4-6 weeks. Sessions can be done in person, over the phone, or as a combination of both.
Parents or caregivers with a specific concern about their child’s behavior and prefer one-to-one consultations. They are likely to benefit when their child’s behavior problems are mild and uncomplicated by high level of family stress.
0-12 and 13-18
Standard Triple P provides parents with broadly focused parenting support and intervention on a one-to-one basis. The program supports parents who have concerns about their child’s behavior or development across various settings ( e.g. Disobedience in the community, fighting, refusing to get out of bed). Over 10 sessions, parents identify the cause of child behavior problems and set their own goals for change. They learn a range of parenting strategies to promote and develop positive behavior for their child.
Parents or caregivers who are concerned about their child’s behavior. The program is appropriate for children with moderate to severe levels of behavioral problems.
0-12 and 13-18
A “Light touch” parenting information presentation delivered to a large group of parents (20 to 200) who are generally coping well but have one or two concerns. There are three, one hour long, seminar topics followed by 30 minutes of questions. This program is designed to be a brief introduction to Triple P and give parents great ideas to try out with their families at home.
Parents or Caregivers with teenagers interested in general information about promoting their teenagers development. This series of seminars can also assist parents with specific concerns about their teens behaviors.
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