Parenting isn't always easy, Triple P is here to help!
Amid the ever-changing climate regarding COVID-19, your Children's Wisconsin Triple P Providers will be offering virtual Triple P Seminars and Workshops via zoom in lieu of in-person gatherings. This list will be updated weekly so be sure to check back!
Triple P Seminars
Get to know the core principles of positive parenting and learn practical ways to deal with everyday challenges with these 90 minute seminars.
Raising Resilient Children
Wednesday, July 8th, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Virtual
Triple P Informed Workshops
These 90 minute workshops walk through a tip sheet and work with parents in a discussion group format to create a parenting plan.
Coping with Stress
Thursday, July 9th, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM - Virtual
Tuesday, July 7th, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Virtual
Click on the 'Register Now' button to find out more details for these seminars and informed workshops. On the Registration Page, click on the title of the seminar or workshop for more information.
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Triple P providers teach families how to spend less time battling misbehavior and more time building close relationships. You'll develop the positive parenting skills to manage stress and encourage healthy habits. And that can mean more good days for your family. Triple P doesn't tell anyone how to be a parent. Instead, it offers practical advice, backed by science and the successes seen by thousands of families. You'll find tips for a range of issues, from raising toddlers to learning how to cope with complex problems at home. With Triple P, the choices are yours.
Seminars are 90 minutes in length (60 minute presentation and 30 minutes for questions)
Below are the seminar topics offered.
Triple P is for parents with children ages 0-12 years of age.
Triple P doesn't tell anyone how to be a parent. Instead, we offer practical advice, backed by science and the successes seen by thousands of families. You'll find tips for a range of issues, from raising toddlers to learning to cope with complex problems at home. With Triple P, the choices are yours.
Triple P programs are offered through Children's Wisconsin, with funding provided by the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Board.
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