Common Sense Parenting

Improving parent-child relationships

 

Common Sense Parenting and Common Sense Parenting: Toddlers & Preschoolers are evidence-based, practical training programs that give parents effective discipline skills and helps them be more positive with their children. The program has helped families from a wide variety of cultural backgrounds and various socio-economic groups achieve significantly fewer child behavior problems, improve parent and family satisfaction, and positively impact successful school outcomes.

 

Common Sense Parenting for School-Age Children supports children ages 0-17 who are enrolled in the Arizona Behavioral Health System. The curriculum consists of eight sessions:

 

    • Session 1: Overview and Orientation
    • Session 2: Parents as Teachers
    • Session 3: Encouraging Positive Behaviors
    • Session 4: Preventing Misbehaviors
    • Session 5: Correcting Problem Behaviors
    • Session 6: Teaching Self-Control
    • Session 7: Helping Children Succeed in School
    • Session 8: Putting It All Together

 

Common Sense Parenting: Toddlers & Preschoolers is available to children who have not yet entered kindergarten. The curriculum consists of eight sessions:

 

    • Session 1: Overview and Orientation
    • Session 2: How I Grow and Learn
    • Session 3: My First Teachers
    • Session 4: Catch Me Being Good
    • Session 5: Teach Me What To Do
    • Session 6: Help Me Do What’s Right
    • Session 7: Help Me Calm Down
    • Session 8: Putting It All Together

 

For more information about Common Sense Parenting, please contact Gwynetth Kelly, DBH, LCSW, at (602) 218-8663 or gkelly@swhd.org

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