Parenting With Integrity
A parenting program integrating the latest developmental brain research into a parent-friendly training!
- Learn the difference between disobedience and emotional dysregulation!
- Learn the difference between needs and wants and what to do about them!
- Learn how to respond with love and integrity rather than reaction and fear!
1. Attachment and Connection
Find out what a child needs for healthy brain development and how to establish healthy connection and boundaries in the lifelong attachment cycle.
2. Connecting Discipline Strategies
Learn how to distinguish between your child’s needs and wants and set limits while maintaining a healthy connection with your child.
3. Parenting without Fear
Fear drives unhealthy behaviors in ourselves and in our children. Learn how to recognize your own fears, so that you can respond from a loving rather than a fearful place.
4. Parent Self-Care &
Assess your own level of self-care and learn why this is essential to your ability to be the parent that you most want to be.
We want to teach our child how to recognize their feelings and how to manage their feelings in a safe and productive way. Why not create a toolbox for them to be able to calm their fear part and access their thinking part.
Please contact us if you have interest in this class. They are currently available live online.
We are not an approved Court Ordered Class – You must do a Parent Information Program (see below).
If you are court ordered to attend a parenting class, not any class will do, a PIP class is mandatory. Click to see their website for details.
Completion of the Parent Information Program is a requirement for all parents involved in a divorce, legal separation, or paternity case in which a party requests that the Court determine custody, specific visitation, or child support. Parties involved in other types of domestic relations actions, such as modification or enforcement of custody or parenting time, as well as child support matters, may also be ordered to attend the Parent Information Program at the Court’s discretion.