CVS_Positive Discipline for Toddlers and Preschoolers_10-14-21

Lesson Details

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors? 

Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration? 

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work?
You are not alone. Participants will learn 

● Why challenging behaviors are typical at this age 

● How to help children manage their impulses 

● How parents can manage their own distress when challenging behaviors occur

● Positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors 

● How to implement positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors 

Course Lessons

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors? 

Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration? 

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work?
You are not alone. Participants will learn 

● Why challenging behaviors are typical at this age 

● How to help children manage their impulses 

● How parents can manage their own distress when challenging behaviors occur

● Positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors 

● How to implement positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors 

Class Recording and Handouts

Lesson Details

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  
Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  
Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?


You are not alone.  

During this expert-led conversation discussion with Ruth E. Freeman, LCSW and Aaron Weintraub, MS, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that may actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain cooperation, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. As always, our "conversations" will include plenty of time for your questions and comments and to share your successes and challenges with each other. We recommend that you review the following flash classes available from your parenting library before this conversation, but if life gets in the way please come as you are!

  • Positive Discipline for Peace At Home 
  • Positive Connections for More Cooperation
  • Solve Challenging Behaviors: Parent-Child Teamwork

Remember, you can always check out these quick classes after our conversation if you are inspired to go deeper. And after conversations end, we've got your back. Join our private, monitored Facebook group or Q&A sessions to follow up on new learning and get answers. 

Course Lessons

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  
Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  
Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?


You are not alone.  

During this expert-led conversation discussion with Ruth E. Freeman, LCSW and Aaron Weintraub, MS, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that may actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain cooperation, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. As always, our “conversations” will include plenty of time for your questions and comments and to share your successes and challenges with each other. We recommend that you review the following flash classes available from your parenting library before this conversation, but if life gets in the way please come as you are!

  • Positive Discipline for Peace At Home 
  • Positive Connections for More Cooperation
  • Solve Challenging Behaviors: Parent-Child Teamwork

Remember, you can always check out these quick classes after our conversation if you are inspired to go deeper. And after conversations end, we’ve got your back. Join our private, monitored Facebook group or Q&A sessions to follow up on new learning and get answers. 

9.13.21 Public Class Recording and Handouts

Lesson Details

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?  

You are not alone.  

During this workshop, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.  

Join us for this interactive, engaging workshop to gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want - cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Course Lessons

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?  

You are not alone.  

During this workshop, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.  

Join us for this interactive, engaging workshop to gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want – cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

8.3.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

You don't have to go it alone. Being able to recognize the behavior as symptoms and having a clear plan about how to invite cooperation and respond to challenging behaviors will reduce your family stress and strengthen your child's positive behavior. Join with other parents facing similar struggles and create a plan that will work for your family. At the end of this class you will be able to:

  • Understand the most effective ways to set the stage for cooperation through carefully chosen wording and timing
  • Apply effective behavior support techniques combining clear communication and useful consequences when needed

Course Lessons

You don’t have to go it alone. Being able to recognize the behavior as symptoms and having a clear plan about how to invite cooperation and respond to challenging behaviors will reduce your family stress and strengthen your child’s positive behavior. Join with other parents facing similar struggles and create a plan that will work for your family. At the end of this class you will be able to:

  • Understand the most effective ways to set the stage for cooperation through carefully chosen wording and timing
  • Apply effective behavior support techniques combining clear communication and useful consequences when needed

Husky Health: Parenting Teens: Effective Discipline

Lesson Details

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

Course Lessons

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

Husky Health: Positive Discipline for Peace At Home

Lesson Details

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience? 

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy? 

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way? 

You are not alone. 

In this class, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straight-forward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. 

Gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want - cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Course Lessons

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience? 

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy? 

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way? 

You are not alone. 

In this class, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straight-forward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. 

Gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want – cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

9.9.20 Hartford Class Recording & Handout

Lesson Details

Many parents and caregivers are concerned about how to plan for opening up our activities, businesses and schools during this pandemic. This class will help parents of tweens and teens to plan, with their families, how to be safe while rejoining our communities in-person and making the back to school transition.  

After this class you will be able to: 

  • Recognize the relative risks and benefits of social interaction for tweens and teens 
  • Apply effective approaches to talking with tweens and teens about protecting themselves and their families 
  • Develop a plan for navigating opening up and back to school transitions 

Course Lessons

Many parents and caregivers are concerned about how to plan for opening up our activities, businesses and schools during this pandemic. This class will help parents of tweens and teens to plan, with their families, how to be safe while rejoining our communities in-person and making the back to school transition.  

After this class you will be able to: 

  • Recognize the relative risks and benefits of social interaction for tweens and teens 
  • Apply effective approaches to talking with tweens and teens about protecting themselves and their families 
  • Develop a plan for navigating opening up and back to school transitions 

04.22.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

Lesson Details

* Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?
* Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?
* Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?

You are not alone.
During this roundtable discussion recording, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.

This discussion will focus on positive discipline for children from 2 - 12 years old.

Course Lessons

* Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?
* Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?
* Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?

You are not alone.
During this roundtable discussion recording, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.

This discussion will focus on positive discipline for children from 2 – 12 years old.

04.06.21 MIT Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors?
Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration?

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work? You are not alone. This class will help put your mind at ease when you understand why these behaviors are typical at this stage of development.

Participants will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to help your child manage their impulses
  • Recognize ways you can manage your own distress when challenging behaviors occur
  • Apply positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors
  • Develop and apply positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors

Course Lessons

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors?
Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration?

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work? You are not alone. This class will help put your mind at ease when you understand why these behaviors are typical at this stage of development.

Participants will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to help your child manage their impulses
  • Recognize ways you can manage your own distress when challenging behaviors occur
  • Apply positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors
  • Develop and apply positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors

Help Your Child with ADHD Listen Better

Lesson Details

You don't have to do it alone. Being able to recognize the behavior as symptoms and having a clear plan about how to invite cooperation and respond to challenging behaviors will reduce your family stress and strengthen your child's positive behavior. Join with other parents facing similar struggles and create a plan that will work for your family. At the end of this class you will be able to:

  • Understand the most effective ways to set the stage for cooperation through carefully chosen wording and timing
  • Apply effective behavior support techniques combining clear communication and useful consequences when needed

Course Lessons

You don’t have to do it alone. Being able to recognize the behavior as symptoms and having a clear plan about how to invite cooperation and respond to challenging behaviors will reduce your family stress and strengthen your child’s positive behavior. Join with other parents facing similar struggles and create a plan that will work for your family. At the end of this class you will be able to:

  • Understand the most effective ways to set the stage for cooperation through carefully chosen wording and timing
  • Apply effective behavior support techniques combining clear communication and useful consequences when needed