Parents, do you believe your kids won’t act the way you want them to unless you use punishments to force them into some sort of obedience… or do the opposite by promising rewards for good behavior?
Are you searching for new ideas to end the cycle of arguing, negotiating, punishing and dangling carrots?
PEP's Redefining Discipline: A No Gimmicks Guide to Raising Responsible, Respectful Kids will help you find new harmony, cooperation and connection in your family.
This 30-day class teaches a different perspective on problematic situations and behavior. It's a time-tested, proven approach that builds relationships with more joy and less friction… and leads to a lot of personal growth for your child.
Discover a new coaching role with your children and help guide them on a path to self-discipline.
Redefining Discipline builds on the principles and strategies covered by the Encouragement: Building Your Child's Confidence from the Inside Out online class. It is designed for parents of preschoolers through teens.
Saturday, March 30 to Friday, May 3, 2019.
How the Class Works
- Each Saturday, the week's content is released: video lesson(s), Try This At Home exercises and handouts to watch and read at your convenience.
- Live weekly video Q&A discussion with the class instructor (Thursdays from 9 to 10pm Eastern, except April 18).
- Discussion board moderated by the class instructor to post your questions and connect with other parents.
- Class videos, handouts and materials available to you for one year to review and revisit as needed.
This Course Includes
6 Instructional Video Lessons (7-14 minutes each) and packed with practical tips and advice to use right away. Video lessons include role plays so that you can see real life examples of what to say and do, and what NOT to say and do!
- Week 1: Why Punishment & Rewards Don't Work / Natural Consequences
- Week 2: An Introduction to Logical Consequences
- Week 3: How Do You Use Logical Consequences "In the Moment" (including the game-changing art of Problem Solving)
- Week 4: Three Common Pitfalls and Three Parenting Tips for Success
Weekly "Try This At Home" Exercises so that you can put each lesson into immediate practice with your family.
Topical PEP Parenting Articles so that you can dig deeper into the topics.
Handy printouts with examples and language that you can use with your children, and which you can post nearby to keep you on track.
4 Live, Q&A video conference sessions with your PEP class instructor who will answer your questions (you can post them in advance).
Enrollment in a private Class Discussion Forum for 4 weeks, where you will receive weekly inspirational thoughts and more tips from your class instructor to keep you going!
How Much Time Will This Take?
That depends on you. Reviewing the instructional videos and handouts will take about one hour a week. The Try This At Home exercises are designed to fit into and improve your every day life. The Q&A Video Conference is 1 hour each week, which you can join live to ask a question or post it to the Class Discussion forum.
We know that making changes to your parenting strategies takes a lot of time and effort. That's why we built in the live Q&A sessions and Discussion Board so you can ask questions! As with any new habit, the more you participate, the more you benefit.
What if I'm Unhappy With This Class?
If you're unhappy with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we'll give you a full refund.
Who Is This Class For?
The core concepts taught in this class are applicable to parents of children from preschoolers to teens -- in fact, the concepts apply to all relationships!
Have More Questions?
Email The PEP Team at [email protected]
Dana Spencer is a Certified Parent Educator with the Parent Encouragement Program. The parent of three boys, a young adult and two teenagers, she has now experienced every stage of PEP parenting. Dana is a big believer in the value of integrating PEP principles into daily family life as early as possible. As such, many of her efforts at PEP have been focused toward working with the parents of toddlers, preschoolers and early primary while parenting a middle schooler, a high schooler and a college student. She has a BA in Communication and a Masters in Business Administration. Her favorite part of life remains raising these three amazing boys.