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Triple P Discussion Group Series (FREE!)
A series of two-hour standalone small group sessions that target a specific behavior problem. Each small group engages parents through interactive discussions, video clips, and practice exercises. Parents receive a workbook and certificate of completion. One 2-hour session per topic.

Online class: Wednesdays,
10AM-12PM, Zoom
In-Person class:
Wednesdays, 6PM-8PM, CGA

Developing Good Bedtime Routines
September 7, October 12, November 9, December 14
This discussion topic explores different problems parents commonly face at bedtime and some of the reasons why they happen. The skills children need to get into a good bedtime routine are discussed and parents are introduced to positive parenting strategies to help prevent problems. The approaches to encouraging children to stay in their own bed throughout the night are discussed: the gentle, the gradual, and the direct approach. All approaches are evidence-based, and parents choose which approach suits them best.  
Dealing with Disobedience
September 14, October 19, November 16
This discussion topic provides examples of common forms of disobedience and some reasons why children have difficulty learning to follow instructions. A number of positive parenting strategies are then introduced to help parents develop a personal plan to prevent disobedience, teach their child limits, and also to manage disobedience when necessary.
Managing Fighting and Aggression
September 21, October 26, November 30
In this session, parents are encouraged to share their experiences of aggressive and destructive behavior from their children and discuss some of the reasons children fight. This group covers the skills that children need to be able to cooperate and get along with others. Parents learn how to teach skills such as sharing, communicating, and being gentle. They also prepare plans to manage times when fighting and aggression do occur. 
Hassle-free Shopping with Children
September 28, November 2, December 7
This discussion topic uses shopping trips as an example of one of the most common times parents have to deal with difficult behavior in public. Positive parenting strategies are discussed as step-by-step suggestions for preventing problems and teaching children how to behave on shopping trips. Parents develop individualized plans to manage problem behavior during their own shopping trips and are encouraged to transfer new parenting strategies to other potentially difficult community situations.

Questions? 520.836.5022 or cgafamilies@gmail.com

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