Positive Discipline For Parents

Positive Discipline is a method that teaches children social emotional life skills for respectful relationships through parenting with both kindness and firmness. As research shows, children are inherently born with a connection to others and as this connection continues in a positive direction with their family, school and community, children are more likely to feel a sense of belonging and significance, which decreases risk of maladaptive behavior and leads to effective long-term results. Through positive discipline, parents will learn how to use an authoritative, not permissive or punitive, form of parenting to help develop good character in their children, such as respect, empathy, problem-solving skills, contribution, cooperation, accountability, and healthy self-esteem.

Whether you are a parent of a toddler, or an adolescent, you will find that this method of Positive Discipline will provide effective parenting tools at any stage. Your child will be empowered through strong perceptions of personal capabilities as well as intrapersonal, interpersonal, systemic, and judgmental skills.

Individual Sessions

We offer individual sessions on a 12-week program, in which we meet once a week online or video call. Single maintenance sessions are also available once you have completed the program.

Group Sessions

We offer group sessions which meet once a week for 45-minute sessions online for 12 weeks. Our group sessions are dynamic and fun, in a small group setting of up to 10 participants. Parents also benefit through the sharing of experiences which offer support and connectivity. The educator leads the sessions allowing for everyone to work on their goals, identify obstacles, and celebrate successes.

​Group sessions for schools are accepted by request. Please contact us for more information.

Skip to content