Make Parenting a Pleasure®
A comprehensive group-based curriculum. Parents learn the importance of taking care of themselves so they can better care for their children. Topics to be covered include self care, stress and anger management, understanding child development, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, listening skills, positive communication tools, child development, and positive approaches to discipline.
Parents and caregivers with children from birth to age eight
Seven week program
Snacks are provided
Intake appointment required
$45 fee for individuals/ $70 fee for a couple includes all sessions and materials.
Lisa Brown 307-233-4276
Be familiar with community resources.
Identify personal self-care strategies.
Identify with individual causes and current symptoms of stress.
Discuss and practice stress management skills.
Identify a personal support system.
Develop a personal anger management plan.
Become more aware of their own nonverbal communication styles.
Demonstrate quiet and active listening skills.
Practice effective communication techniques with children.
Understand the concept of child developmental stages.
Understand discipline as a way to teach children how to self discipline themselves.
Learn specific techniques that can help parents positively influence and direct their children's behavior.
Learn constructive ways of dealing with specific problem behaviors of young children, such as biting, hitting, and tantrums.