PIW 138 - Parent Effectiveness Training: A Neuro-developmental Approach
What age should children 'listen' to their caregivers? Is it possible to get teens talking? Can a preschooler do chores? Parenting is a job that requires ongoing professional development on children's capabilities and the latest neural-biological research to understand why and when children do what they do.
Parent Effectiveness Training (PET), is an evidence-based parent program presented within the framework of brain development information to enable parents of ages 2 - 25, to learn skills to enhance their parent-child relationship. Upon completion of the course, ongoing online parenting coaching is available.
By completion of this course, successful students will be able to:
- Recognize problem ownership
- Demonstrate active listening skills
- Demonstrate assertiveness skills
- Demonstrate shifting-gears skill
- Distinguish between punishment and discipline
- Demonstrate problem-solving skills
- Determine resolutions for values collisions
- Identify the effect of temperament, and parenting styles on relationship building
- Define the stages of development including brain development.
- Apply the above skills for implementing parenting strategies for common parenting concerns.
Formerly: PIW 100 Parent Effectiveness Training