Challenging kids lack skill not will. What if you could lean a parenting approach that would significantly reduce the yelling, nagging, and the challenging behaviors while simultaneously building the relationship your heart desires with your children? When parenting goes beyond your intuition, learning Collaborative Problem Solving can be the winning tool that saves you from the endless power struggles and disheartening moments when you feel like there isn’t hope for your child.
The Collaborative Problem Solving approach by Think:Kids at Massachusetts General Hospital is a tried and true parenting method that calms behavior challenges, opens up new pathways of thinking, and builds the skills to meet more and more of your expectations. Helping your child improve areas like frustration tolerance, flexibility and problem solving can be a game changer for your relationship and restore the peace and sanity in your home.
Group sessions involve a teaching portion as well as getting feedback from a certified CPS trainer on how you are applying the skills at home between each session.
Training sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital.
Learn more and register here!