Practical Positive Parenting- Court Ordered
Practical Positive Parenting- Court Ordered
April 22-23, 2017 from 2-6pm each day
We provide court-friendly positive parenting classes that give parents with kids of all ages common-sense systems, practical solutions, and reasonable consequences in place to help make your parenting journey much easier.
Upcoming Days and Times: April 22-23, 2017 from 2-6pm each day
Ideal Age Group: Parents of kids of all ages
Membership Requirements: None. Open to the public
Pre-Registration required: Yes. You must register at least 72 hours in advanced. Space is limited.
Location: We typically hold classes in the Tower Grove South area, either at our center or close by, dependent on class size.
We have developed an effective, practical, and easy to follow positive approach to parenting that is supported by social workers and parenting experts nationwide. if you're in need of a parenting course for a custody issue, this is the class for you! We help you to develop common-sense systems, practical solutions, and reasonable consequences in place to help make your parenting journey much easier. Not only will it make parenting easier for you, but it will make your child's childhood better! Rather than butting heads, you can work together for a common purpose- peace in the home.
Students will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the 8 hour course. Certificates of Completion will include the student's full name, name of the course, length of the course, that the student participated and completed the entire course, and will include the instructor's signature as well as the Parenting Resources insignia. Caseworkers and courts may contact us to verify student attendance at any time. Students who are late, leave, or miss a cumulative total of 10 minutes of class throughout the entire course will have to take the class again at another date, at an additional class registration fee. Students who are not actively participating in the course will not be issues a Certificate and retaking the class will be at their expense.
Please note: It is your responsibility to have your caseworker, attorney, or judge approve this class BEFORE REGISTERING. They are welcomed to contact us with any questions or for additional information. There are no refunds or transfers for cancellations made within 3 weeks of the class date or for no shows. We recommend showing your caseworker this link or a print out of this page and ensure this meets their specific requirements.
Are you tired of nagging, yelling, and feeling entirely helpless when it comes to parenting your child? Have you found yourself so frustrated that instead of parenting with control, you sometimes feel like you're the child and that they've somehow won?
Sure, parenting can be hard. But it should also be joyful! It shouldn't be a constant painful struggle.
Our Practical Positive Parenting approach is based on 2 experts in the parenting field, as well as our 50+ combined years of parenting education. First, the work of Alfred Adler, a world renowned psychologist and researcher who developed evidence-based systematic approaches to raising responsible, cooperative children. Many authors and programs have taken the principles presented by Alfred Adler, including the program second program in which has helped us develop our class- Positive Discipline, by Jane Nelsen, Ed.D. Her books have remained one of the foremost authorities on parenting since the early 80’s. Her program helps children develop self- discipline, responsibility, cooperation, and problem solving skills.
All instructors have completed the Positive Discipline training program for instructors and have been trained in the Parenting Resources program, to be able to bring practical, common-sense strategies back to their children and families
Information about our curriculum:
- We provide *practical* systems and solutions to behavioral problems that parents that caregivers can take home and use immediately
- Or curriculum uses examples, language, and situations relatable to today’s culture and problems
- We use a mix of Powerpoint lectures, Q&A, open discussion, self exploration work, and roleplaying
- Promotion of of discipline that focuses on solutions rather than logical consequences
- Challenging the idea that children need to feel bad to do better
- We emphasize kind and firm discipline without being permissive
- We teach that non-punative, non-violent principles are ideal for domestic violence issues
- We help adults in coming to their own understanding of how their child’s behavioral problems may be linked to their own behaviors or issues
- This course is 8 hours and does include very short breaks to use the restroom and stretch your legs
Do you have questions about the curriculum or class? Please email us with questions.