Parenting with Empowerment: Meeting Internal and External Needs
This course is designed to help you better understand why your child sometimes loses control and how to structure a routine and environment to make successful behavior more likely.
What You Will Learn
What You Will Get
Message from the InstructorFREE PREVIEW
Intro To Parenting With Empowerment
Why My Child Flips Out
A Generation of Flipped Lids
Physiological Needs of Children
Sensory Processing Types
Strategies for Visits With Biological Family
End of Course Evaluation
MAPC, TAD, LAC, TBRI® Educator
“This training gave good tips for placements and for my biological kids.”
“Training was exceptional. I really liked it and immediately wanted to share it with family and friends because it's so good.”
“I like that it was broken up into multiple videos. I liked that I was asked to reflect on the information learned as it applies to my own children.”
This course will challenge caregivers to explore the underlining issues that cause behaviors. Those who take this course should be ready to investigate “why” children with trauma respond the way they do.
Yes! Every course comes with a certificate of completion that has been approved by the Arizona Department of Child Safety when the last lesson is reached. This certificate will have the learner's name, the title of the course, the credit hours, and the date of completion.
Just like our in-person courses, the pricing is based per participant. Each purchase should be logged under an individual’s name, and only that name will be tied to the proof of participation.
Each of the courses are made up of a variety of modules with lessons within each. These lessons are made up of short videos to watch. Learners must complete the video before they can advance to the next lesson. There is also a variety of “process questions” throughout each lesson to help learners apply lessons from the videos. Each learner must also complete a final assessment quiz to receive a certificate.
Yes! Each lesson has a forum where learners can either post or answer a question for discussion to keep the learning going.