Positive Parenthood was created to help families for whom nothing else has worked.
Some Positive Parenthood families have special needs, some do not. All of them are genuinely challenging.
Welcome. We know you need support. And we know how to help.
For the very first time, Positive Parenthood is available online!
Whether you take the course Online or in Walnut Creek, when you take our course, you receive exclusive access to the Positive Parenthood Tools; twelve group sessions; feedback on videos of you working with your child; and a 1:1 coaching session with Robin.
We are a community of parents raising children who are more challenging than most children. Positive Parenthood families include people who's children are toddlers and teenagers, families who have children with a special needs diagnosis, families navigating challenging situations or raising a child who is having a rough time, for any number of reasons. Our Positive Parenthood Tools are not available anywhere else- so please join us!
Learn a bit more about how we do what we do. Positive Parenthood was developed for parents for whom other techniques didn't work.
Every child and every parent has his/her bad moments. However, families with genuinely challenging children find themselves in another league, and it is true that many children have genuinely challenging times in their lives. Sometimes the family is in a genuinely challenging situation. All of these children have behavioral problems that are intense and resistant to change.
The vast majority of children- challenging or not- respond well to adults who positively engage them. When we interact this way, meltdowns diminish and everyone becomes happier and calmer. This is what we teach at Positive Parenthood.
We know you've been to parenting classes & that what works for everyone doesn't work for you.
Is your child more prone to moodiness, meltdowns, anxiety, anger, inflexibility, resistance, or aggression than others? They may have a disorder or diagnosis, including speech delay, intellectual disability, ADD, an autism spectrum disorder...
If you want to communicate more and help your child be more engaged... If you are committed to creating a more cooperative family....
You've come to the right place. Make sure to check out stories from other families just like yours, here.