Parent and Caregiver Class in Collaborative Problem Solving

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Think:Kids invites parents, guardians, families, and caregivers to learn Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS), the evidence-based and trauma-informed approach for helping children develop the skills they need to manage their behavior. This class teaches parents and guardians how to reduce challenging behaviors by using the approach with their child.

Class materials, breakout sessions, and opportunities for questions and answers will be a part of this highly interactive parent class experience.

Join this interactive and supportive class to:

  • Understand why your child/children sometimes struggle to meet day-to-day expectations.
  • Learn the Collaborative Problem Solving approach to addressing conflicts in a way that reduces challenging behaviors, improves relationships, and teaches critical skills.
  • Practice addressing problems before things become escalated between you and your child.
  • Connect with other parents in a compassionate and non-judgmental setting.

Upcoming Classes

Collaborative Problem Solving® Parent / Caregiver Class |March 2024

Online
$257.50 - $395.00
8 Thursday, March 7- May 2; 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET / 9:00 am - 10:30 am PT

Collaborative Problem Solving® Parent / Caregiver Class | April 2024

Online
$257.50 - $395.00
8 Saturdays, April 27- June 15; 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm ET / 11:00 am - 12:30pm CT / 9:00 am - 10:30 am PT

 

If the above days and times don't work for you, please submit this form to let us know what would work best for your schedule and we will be in touch when a class meets your schedule needs.

Parents & Caregivers, learn how you can help your kids meet expectations and improve your relationship!

This 1.5-hour, self-paced course introduces the principles of Collaborative Problem Solving® while outlining how the approach can meet your family's needs.
Tuition: $39
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Additional Information

Meet the Instructors
Our Collaborative Problem Solving Parent/Caregiver classes are taught by our experienced trainers.
Important Information
  • Financial assistance: If you require financial assistance, please apply for assistance by completing this form. Funds are limited, and the application does not guarantee an award.
  • Cancellation: Non-refundable. 
  • Attendance: When registering, you are signing up for all sessions. Attendance is required for each day as the learning builds upon the previous session's content. Those who attend all sessions will receive a certificate of participation.
  • Participation: All participants must join via their own devices. If joining as a family, each person should be on an individual device.
  • Technology: You will need to have email, basic computer skills, internet access, and a web camera in order to participate in the class.

Collaborative Problem Solving Works for Families

Learn about the Collaborative Problem Solving approach and how it helps parents, families, and caregivers worldwide.

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What Parents & Caregivers Say

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"Collaborative Problem Solving has been a life-changer for us. It made me cry to see that someone recognized my child was not just bad.”
Jessica Hannon, Parent
"Our family is so grateful for your research, your work, and for you and your colleagues for creating a platform to speak for our children. We felt so alone, lost and so small trying to advocate for our son. I am even moved to tears writing this because the impact of it all is overwhelming and incredible. It is such a priceless gift. Thank you again, with immense gratitude."
Parent of 8-year old boy
"The training has significantly improved my relationship with both my daughter and my wife. We now have a common, caring, effective parenting approach, which is improving lagging skills and behaviors. Much appreciated! Thank you!"
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