Power Tools for Power Struggles
For parents of children of all ages.
If you find it hard to get your kids to:
- Put down their screens
- Clean up their messes
- Follow directions the first time
Then you know what a power struggle is! Power struggles are at the root of so many challenges in virtually every household: you need your child to do something, and he or she refuses. Parents insist, children dig in—and the battle is on. Learn what really causes the power struggles, get tips to avoid them, and develop a game plan for gaining your child’s cooperation.
Here are some things you'll learn:
- What are Power Struggles?
- How to D.R.O.P. the Rope
- Strategies to Prevent Power Struggles
Your enrollment includes access to the video recording, an audio version that you can listen to podcast-style, and handouts.
Paige Trevor is a certified Parent Educator for the Parent Encouragement Program, a nonprofit parenting education organization serving the Washington area. She has been assisting and leading parenting classes for PEP since 2006. Paige writes a parenting column in the local Glover Park Gazette and a Parenting/Organizing blog, "Nifty Tips," while also running a Professional Organizing business. When not teaching parenting or helping people and businesses get organized, she can be found in the parenting trenches with her two teenage sons.
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