Do you experience more frustration than joy in your family?
Are you tired of bedtime struggles?
Do you wish your kids would follow through?
Are you worn down by whining and poor attitudes?
Parenting today is harder than ever. Parents compete for airspace with social media, video games and busy extracurricular schedules. Even the most patient parent can become frustrated trying to get their kids to listen. So, you might raise your voice, shout, threaten-just to get their attention. You worry about your kids- will they ever be more responsible? By the end of the day, you’re exhausted, depleted, and overwhelmed. Therefore, you may find yourself giving in, giving up, or yelling. Maybe you even question if you are a good enough parent. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone, and it doesn’t have to be this way.
While children don’t come with an instruction manual, the good news is that you can learn effective parenting skills. Positive discipline tools can help you teach your child or teen the skills they need to be successful, happy adults. After all, isn’t that the goal? Parenting The Positive Discipline way can help you manage many difficult behaviors including temper tantrums, sibling fighting, bedtime hassles, tattling, lying, chores, whining, homework battles, and biting.
How can Positive Discipline help?
We all want our children to grow up to be capable young adults. Positive Discipline tools for parenting can help them get there. Positive Discipline is a way of teaching children important skills in a way that is firm yet kind. Most people learn best when they feel connected and safe. Above all, the goal of positive discipline is to teach children by first creating a safe supportive relationship. Then, correcting your child’s will be easier in the long run. Positive Discipline teaches and builds:
- emotional regulation
- social skills
Positive Discipline Workshops
Are you ready to get started building better relationships and cooperation with your kids? Join us for our encouraging and interactive Positive Discipline Workshops. You will learn about the Positive Discipline method. We will teach you tools you can use right away for your most challenging behavior dilemmas. In addition, during our parenting workshops, you will receive support from other parents and caregivers who are experiencing some of the same challenges. Our workshops are led by Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators. We offer different workshops geared for parents and caregivers of young children ages 0-12, as well as tweens and teens ages 12 -18. Attend one workshop or the whole series. There will be coffee and light snacks served. For our current workshop schedule and registration information, click here.
Are you too busy to make it to a workshop? Or do you need some 1:1 help to develop a discipline plan? We offer individual consultations as well. During our individual consultation, we will work with you to develop a customized plan to address the behavior concerns that are most relevant to your child and family. We will spend time taking a deeper look at the sources and triggers for the behaviors. Then, we will suggest tools and strategies to implement at home. Our trained therapists are also available for online follow up sessions if you need further assistance and support.
How to Learn to Parent the Positive Discipline Way
Are you ready to find the joy in parenting again? Learn how positive discipline can help you build a happy home! To get started please follow these steps:
- Contact our office and schedule an initial intake appointment with one of our skilled therapists
- Join us for a positive discipline workshop or a parent consultation for 1:1 help
- Learn how to discipline your child in a positive way!
Other Services Offered by Wellview Counseling
In addition to parent education, Wellview Counseling’s team of therapists offer a variety of other mental health services. These include child counseling and play therapy, teen counseling, individual therapy, treatment for postpartum anxiety and depression, treatment for trauma survivors and PTSD, family therapy, and therapy for those struggling with chronic illness. If you are unable to attend counseling in our Roswell, GA office, we encourage you to consider our online therapy option.