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  • Positive Parenting Program (Triple P)

    FREE positive parenting. For parents and caregivers.

    Set-up your child for success—and make life with kids less stressful and more enjoyable!

    Triple P helps parents around the world become more loving, confident and effective in their parenting style.

    The evidenced-based program promotes safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. Learn skills to improve behavior issues like:

    • Temper tantrums.
    • Sibling conflict.
    • Chores or homework struggles.
    • Bedtime or mealtime problems.

    Sign up today!

    Register online or contact us at fspartnership@tpchd.org or (253) 649-1011.

    Positive Parenting. Happy Kids.

    Triple P teaches 5 principles of positive parenting:

    • Build a safe, engaging environment.
    • Create a positive learning environment.
    • Use assertive disciple.
    • Establish realistic expectations.
    • Take care of yourself as a parent.

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    The program

    Choose from our standard (children ages birth-12) and teen (children ages 12-17) models. We offer a variety of Triple P settings, so you can choose what works best for your schedule. And best of all—it’s FREE!

    Online

    Choose the strategy that best fits your family and do your course anywhere, anytime, at your own pace.

    Sign up for Triple P Online today!

    Group

    Meet other families virtually through Zoom and learn effective parenting approaches. You can expect one session weekly for about 5 weeks. Sign up for Triple P Group.

    Triple P works

    Want to join the more than 4 million families who feel more confident and happier as parents? You can!  Parents who do Triple P say they are less stressed, less depressed and learn more effective forms of discipline.

    One parent said, “I feel like I’m equipped with the knowledge and tips and tricks to manage tantrums and day-to-day challenges.”

    Questions?

    Contact us at fspartnership@tpchd.org or (253) 649-1011.

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