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Does your child act out, defy your rules, argue with you or their siblings, have trouble controlling their temper, or get in trouble at school?

Behavior charts, rewards, and punishments don't work, and we know why. Traditional discipline is broken. It doesn’t result in improved behavior or relationships between adults and children. The Collaborative Problem Solving® approach is an effective form of relational discipline that reduces concerning behavior and parent stress while building skills, empathy, and relationships between adults and children.


Join Think:Kids team member Larry Lam, LCSW, to learn what Collaborative Problem Solving® is all about!


About the Course

This self-paced course for parents and caregivers introduces the principles of Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS), an evidence-based, trauma-informed approach that helps children meet expectations, reduces concerning behavior, builds skills, and strengthens relationships with adults.

Join us to:

  • Understand what really causes challenging behavior or unmet expectations in your children.
  • Discover why rewards and punishments often don't work.
  • Learn three ways to respond to concerning behavior and the best times to use them.
  • See how the approach can positively change your relationship with your child.

This self-paced course will take approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes in total to complete.

There are optional learning quiz questions throughout the course to check your understanding. When you finish the course, you will receive a certificate of completion.

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