Learn the Keys to Helping Your Child Succeed in School & in Life through:
Child-Parent-Relationship (C-P-R) Training for Parents of 3-to-9-year-olds
Parenting Can Be Difficult…
As a parent do you feel like you have lost control?
Do you find yourself yelling at your child more often than laughing with your child?
Do you feel you have lost touch with your child & don’t feel as close as you’d like?
Do you feel frustrated & find yourself saying the same things over & over again, with no results?
Would you like for your relationship with your child to go back to the “way it used to be”?
If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions,
Child-Parent-Relationship (C-P-R) Training Can Help!
C-P-R Training (also called Filial Therapy) is a research-based, 10-week parenting course that teaches parents how to use some of the same skills that play therapists use to help children with social, emotional, or behavioral problems. Research has shown that motivated parents can be trained to be as effective in using play therapy skills with their own children as a professional therapist, in as little as 20 hours of CPRT.
In 10 weeks, you will learn how to:
Regain control as a parent
Help your child develop self-control
Effectively discipline & limit inappropriate behavior
Recognize your child’s emotional needs & build his/her self-esteem
Communicate more effectively with your child
In 10 weeks, you will see a noticeable difference in:
Your relationship with your child
Your child’s behavior
Your ability to respond effectively
Your confidence in your parenting skills
Mendy Landreth, LPC is a Registered Play Therapist and is offering another CPRT course beginning THIS MONTH OR NEXT.
Space is limited, so call or email TODAY to reserve your spot or to inquire about details: 817-527-1544
Child-Parent-Relationship (C-P-R) Training has earned the official title of being "evidence-based” and is an effective way to teach skills of reflective listening, empathy, and limit-setting, which in turn reduce parent and teacher stress. In addition to general populations, this model has successfully been used with incarcerated parents, immigrant parents, single parents, grandparents, parents of chronically-ill children, parents of children with learning difficulties, non-offending parents of children who have been abused, moms in domestic violence shelters, Head Start teachers, teachers of the deaf, and undergraduate teachers in training.