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Effective Praise: Instill Good Behavior Through Positive Reinforcement

How do you discipline your child? Most of the parents would admit to having spanked their children at least once. In behavioral studies, 3 approaches to eliciting a desired behavior can also be found in parents’ discipline styles: positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, and punishment.

Positive reinforcement entails providing an event (like a reward or praise) that increases the probability of the desired behavior being repeated. With negative reinforcement, a desired behavior is drawn out through the elimination of an adverse event (e.g. child learns to wake up earlier for school every day because getting caught in traffic makes him nauseous). Punishment, often confused with negative reinforcement, involves increasing an adverse event to decrease or stop negative behavior.

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Stop, take a moment and reflect on how you were raised as a child. No doubt about it, the rules have changed a great deal in raising children of the 21st Century. While some of the rules and guidelines of yesteryear are still very effective and important in parenting our kids, many of the traditional ways of parenting, have also been nonproductive as well.Our programs are designed to make parenting a rewarding experience for both parent and child.

 “Parents want the best for their children, and understand that children of today have a voice.” They are crying out for positive parenting, structure in the home, and a sense of direction. When both parents are no longer living in the same home, a child may wonder, “Where do I fit?” “Am I too divorced?” At For Our Kids Parenting and Co-Parenting Services, we will give you “easy to learn,” parenting tools to help in parenting your children, whether both parents are living together in the home, or living apart.

Trainers are certified Parenting Educators with lively classes that will both educate and support parents with resources, materials and tools they can use immediately to effectively parent their child or teen. Our instructors are trained professionals in the fields of counseling, or education.

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 Our classes includes the following:

  • Teach parenting skills in order to increase the effectiveness of parenting from two separate homes.
  • Make parents aware of the impact of parental conflict on children.
  • Assist parents in keeping children out of the middle of conflict.
  • Help parents identify what triggers anger or conflict and teaches them techniques of problem solving and negotiation.
  • Help parents identify and meet the needs of their children.
  • Encourage the positive involvement of both parents in the lives of their children.
  • Discuss some of the barriers encountered during parenting.
  • Establish a relationship with your children.
  • Increase knowledge and skills in dealing with children you may or may not see daily.
  • Provide information about resources of places you can go to get the additional help you may need.
  • Provide opportunities for positive interaction with children in a supervised setting.

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