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  • Stepping Stones
    Triple P Stepping Stones The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program knows that all parents have different needs. That’s why Triple P offers a number of specialize programs tailored to suit parents with very specific needs or circumstances. Stepping Stones Triple P is one of them. Who is this for? What is Stepping Stones Triple P? Parents of children with Continue Reading...
  • Stepping Stones (spanish)
    Stepping Stones – Clases para Padres de Hijos con Necesidades Especiales El Programa de Crianza Positiva – Triple P sabe que todos los padres tienen necesidades diferentes. Es por eso que Triple P ofrece una serie de programas especiales adaptados para padres con necesidades o circunstancias específicas. Stepping Stones Triple P es uno de ellos. Para quienes es? padres de Continue Reading...
  • Group Triple P (spanish)
     Triple P -Program Programa Positivo para Familias con Niños de 2-12 años y Adolescentes 13-17 años Si es parte de una familia que necesita entrenamiento para criar sus hijos con habilidades positivas.Tiene un hijo(a) con problemas de comportamiento como agresividad o comportamiento oposicional.Tiene una preocupación específica acerca del desarrollo de sus hijos o su comportamiento. Quiere sesiones individualizadas de acuerdo Continue Reading...
  • Triple P Seminar Overview
    Positive Parenting Training Classes are Available through Triple-Positive Parenting Seminar Series for Parents, Teachers and School Counselors The Seminar Series will address: Positive Parenting- Being a Parent and Your Children’s Behavior: The Tough Part of Parenting Establish a Positive Learning Environment Use Assertive Discipline Take Care of Yourself As a Parent Raising Confident, Competent Children: Building Blocks for Success Show Continue Reading...
  • Bullying – Two Sides to the Story
    Bullying: Two Sides of the Story Bullying can take a number of forms, from more mild forms of repeated teasing and regular name calling to physical threats or aggression. Girls may also use talking  about others and leaving other children out as forms of bullying. But, when it comes  to bullying, there are two sides to the story that parents Continue Reading...

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