"If a society values its children, it must cherish their parents."
In this class, you will get valuable insights and information that will change the way you give and receive the gift of being listened to. And the surprising thing is, when you become a better listener yourself, others feel more connected to you, and are more likely to be open to hearing what you have to say.
Features 6 online courses on a range of topics:
Includes "Redirecting Children's Behavior Training for Therapists" for professionals who want to enhance their parent ed
We help parents to become more knowledgeable, confident, and thoughtful in their approach to raising their children
by providing a variety of resources for connection and education.
The first three to five years are the most important for the developing brain and heart of a tiny human. These years are also the most challenging for parents. It is good to know that there are resources available so that you don't have to raise your child alone. There is so much you can do to support yourself and raise a healthy child whose needs for love, safety and belonging are met. Learning the skills for gentle guidance and positive discipline will give you a sense of competence and more peace of mind.
All children need to know they are loved, that they belong, and that they are valuable and powerful. They need opportunities to learn from both successes and failures, and to discover how much they can do. Some things such as birth order, temperament, gender, or circumstances are not within a parent's control. However, a parent or adult caregiver's responses to a child's behavior have everything to do with how a child sees himself, how much he cooperates, learns, solves problems, and becomes a kind and respectful member of society. Parents' ability to influence is directly proportional to the quality of the relationships they have with each child.