Managing your child’s behavior
Do you regularly experience the following?
I can work with you to understand and more effectively manage your child’s behavior, using the Triple P Positive Parenting Program.
Developed by Professor Matthew R. Sanders and colleagues from the School of Psychology at the University of Queensland, Triple P is a systematic, research-based approach to enhancing parenting skills as well as the parent/child bond. It is meant for children ages 2 to 12.
As a Triple P Practitioner, I work with you over 10 to 12 sessions to build strong, healthy relationships, confidently manage your children’s behavior, and prevent new problems from developing.
Supporting your child’s education
Do you need help with:
Sometimes I work directly with your child or teen and in other cases I consult with you, the parent. Each situation is different and we will determine what works best for your familyIn your home or online, we’ll work together to identify your goals and the intentions you have for raising your child(ren) ages 2 to 18.
What’s most important to you as a parent? What values help define your family culture? What do you want your kids to leave your house with when they are all grown up?
The answers to these questions, and others, will help guide not only your approach to parenting but your approach to education.
Sometimes I work directly with your child or teen and in other cases I consult with you, the parent. Each situation is different and we will determine what works best for your family
Together we’ll build bridges between all parties who care about your child!
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you really help me? My situation is so bad.
Once we get started, what is the Triple P Process?
How long is the Triple P program?
The Triple P program takes a minimum of 12 sessions, though may take up to about 20. No matter the number of sessions, the cost does not change — it is one flat fee. As long as you are completing your homework and practicing the strategies, I won’t leave until you feel better!
Where do we meet?
Are you an advocate?
Having taught for 13 years as a special educator and classroom teacher, I am able to help you understand reports and to know what questions to ask. I am a bridge between home and school, with your child as the top priority.