Some parents lack a sense of what many people would consider basic parenting skills, but are capable of being good parents if they learn these skills. Correctional Counseling, Inc., offers a cognitive behavioral program to help these parents overcome their struggles and succeed.
Our programming is designed to help participants develop parenting skills and assess values related to family. Clients confront their parenting skills and habits, perform a clarification on their values regarding family, and establish appropriate discipline routines.
Target Population & Use
Correctional Counseling’s parenting program is used with clients in any type of treatment, but most often with female offenders and others in need of parenting skills.
The parenting skills program is in use in correctional settings at all levels as well as in numerous private treatment venues.
Conducting Our Parenting Skills Program
Participants complete homework from the 12-module parenting workbook prior to attending group. In group, each participant shares his or her responses. The parenting skills program is designed for 12 group sessions. The program can be open-ended or conducted as a class in which all participants enter and complete at the same time.
Training is not required to purchase this workbook. Need to check this – catalog doesn’t offer a facilitator’s guide but the cover of the book calls it an MRT product.
Parenting Skills Program Materials
Parenting & Family Values: This 75-page workbook helps participants develop parenting skills and assess values related to parenting. Parenting & Family Values Workbook