Moving On In StandUp Parenting

The introduction process for StandUp Parenting usually takes two weeks. Why? We want our parents to get a focused start. We want them to be successful!

The first week we cover the topics presented below in Getting Started. The second week, Moving On, covers the essentials of successful StandUp Parenting in more depth.

With your Guide you’ll work on formulating a strategy for change in your family. This strategy will include learning how to motivate change in your child. Once again, we use assessment sheets. You’ll get ideas for consequences and rewards for specific age groups (pre/mid/late teen, adult).

Taking action to influence a change in behavior – both in yourself and your child is the next step. Once we cover these bases, it’s time to make a Plan for Moving On. We assess our past behavior and construct a plan for the week to come. We get support from group members (and give support, as well) to enhance our success.

The next step? Come back the next week – report, assess our progress and make a new plan.

Are you interested? Come join us!

2 thoughts on “Moving On In StandUp Parenting

  1. I need to know if you have providers in the Anchorage Ak. area that work with
    13-14 yr old boys with FASD that can help finding a middle ground as far discipline.

    • Julia, there are no StandUp Parenting support groups for parents in Alaska. There is support for parents through online classes. Check our website’s events calendar for the free webinar to find out what StandUp Parenting is all about.

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