Parent Wisely Young Child Program
Parenting is Hard, but Parent Wisely can help.
This highly interactive course is designed by family and social scientists to equip parents like you with the tools necessary to engage your children in difficult family scenarios. Learn constructive skills proven to lessen school and homework problems, family conflict, behavior issus, even delinquency and more.
Do You Struggle With:
- Acting Up in Public
Do You Struggle Helping Your Child with:
- School and Friends
- Homework or Bad Grades
- Sibling Conflict
- Getting Ready For Bed
And You’d love to have more peace and quiet, more cooperation, and ultimately have a more connected, more fulfilling relationship with your child?
Even if you have read lots of books and tried lots of strategies that haven’t worked?
If You Said Yes, you’ll love the Parenting Wisely Program through Encouragement Parenting.
It is for parents with children ages 5-10 and helps your children to:
perform better in school
learn better social skills
deal with difficult issues
and so much more!
This highly interactive course is designed by family and social scientists to help parents with tips and tools to parent your teen in difficult situations.
Your Training Includes:
Watch common parenting scenarios and then see different responses for how to handle situations.
After each video scenario, you review the responses and understand why different situations happen and how to deal with them in real time.
At the end of each chapter, you'll have the opportunity to test your understanding by taking a quiz. Quizzes help prepare you to handle these situations in the future.
Certificate of Completion
Earn, download and print out your certificate of completion when you complete the course.
Key benefits from this course
- The program covers topics such as:
- Interrupting on the telephone
- Refusing to go to bed
- Acting up in Public
- Homework and Bad Grades
- Getting Ready for School
- Sibling Conflict
- Communication skills
- Problem-solving skills
- Mindful parenting
- Information on brain science