“How do I Teach My Teen about Consent in Relationships?”
With the rise of the “Me Too” and “Time’s Up” movements, the topic of consent is more prevalent than ever. Many parents worry about their teens being taken advantaged of or being unfairly accused. Check out our blog to learn how you can support your teen in clearly understanding consent.
10 Tricks for Talking Back and Keeping Safe from Bullies
“Child in critical condition after fight at school,” “Teen dies by suicide as result of cyberbullying” – it seems that week after week, new tragedies occur as a result of bullying. Check out this week’s blog for 10 tricks to teach your kids on talking back and keeping safe from bullies.
8 Things to Stop Doing for Your Kids Before They Turn 18
In the wake of the college admissions scandal, everyone’s talking about “snowplow,” “lawnmower,” or “drone” parents who prevent their kids from learning from failure. To avoid too much “snowplowing” in your parenting style, check out our blog on 8 things to stop doing for your kids before they turn 10.
The Teacher’s TCIT Toolkit
Calling all teachers!Do you feel at your wit’s end with disruptive kids?
Are you stressed with trying to support your students’ emotional health while meeting rising academic standards?
Teacher Child Interaction Therapy (TCIT) has been shown to reduce disruptive behaviors in students and improve relationships between kids and educators - all while improving job satisfaction for teachers! To learn 9 tips on bringing TCIT into your classroom, check out this week’s blog.