Find the Parenting Solution for Your Family
Cooperation is a natural result of feeling safe and secure that children's needs will be met. When toddlers and preschoolers appear unusually resistant to our ideas about how to do things, it is both developmentally appropriate and may be the result of expecting too much from them. Learning about living is a big project - toddlers and preschoolers do not know how to do it. Peace At Home classes will help you guide little ones toward what you want them to do and avoid harming self-worth when they make mistakes. We will help you find solutions to mishaps and misbehavior that will support your children to grow in positive ways. You’ll understand how young children learn best and how to invite cooperation throughout the day.
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Peace at Home Parenting Solutions online program offers guidance that is:
- Effective: According to research conducted by the University of Connecticut, and hundreds of moms and dads just like you.
- Convenient: Live webinars and other services can be accessed from the comfort of your own home or through an app on the go.
- Step-by-Step: Ruth and her team guide you through simple techniques you can use right now.
Peace at Home Parenting Solutions will help you discover your capacity for positive parenting, one simple step at a time all the way to graduation and beyond.
- the difference between punishment and positive discipline
- how to handle temper tantrums
- how temperament can affect behavior
- ways to address homeworkissues
- how to manage child anxiety
- better ways to co-parent
- approaches that support positive child development
- how to use parenting styles that strengthen outcomes for kids
- how to recognize your own strengths and triggers