Several parenting strategies were explored and discussed using Positive Discipline, Collaborative Problem Solving, and Adlerian theories (Dreikurs & Soltz, 1987; Greene, 2015; Lott & Nelsen, 2012; Stein, 2000).
Core Complimentary Concepts Shared in the Seminar:
More information can be requested, along with the expanded references for these Tips by contacting Catherine Gruener, M.A., M.A., Gruener Consulting LLC, https://www.encouragementparenting.com.
Dreikurs, R., & Soltz, V. (1987). Children: the challenge. New York: Plume.
Greene, R. W. (2015). Lives in the Balance: The Paperwork. Retrieved from https://livesinthebalance.org/paperwork
Lott, L., & Nelsen, J. (2012). Teaching Parenting the Positive Discipline Way. Orem, Utah: Empowering People Books.
Stein, H. T. (2000). Dealing Effectively With Children's Mistaken Goals. Retrieved from http://www.adlerian.us/dealing.htm
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