WHAT IS GROUP TRIPLE P?
Group Triple P is a broad-based parenting intervention delivered over eight weeks for parents of children up to 12 years old and who are interested in learning a variety of parenting skills. Parents may be interested in promoting their child’s development and potential or they may have concerns about their child’s behavioral problems. The program is delivered in five group sessions of 2-2.5 hours’ duration and three, 30-minute individual telephone sessions. It is delivered by one practitioner and up to 12 families attend the group sessions. Parents actively participate in a range of exercises to learn about the causes of child behavior problems, setting specific goals, and using strategies to promote child development, manage misbehavior and plan for high-risk situations.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Parents of children up to age 12 with concerns about their child’s behavior, who need intensive training in positive parenting, or those who wish to learn a variety of parenting skills to apply to multiple contexts. These parents will need to commit to 8 weeks of group sessions and individual appointments.
WHAT ARE TRIPLE P DISCUSSION GROUPS?
The Triple P Discussion Group Series includes parent discussion groups on commonly encountered problems such as disobedience, fighting and aggression, and managing situations such as shopping with children and bedtime. The discussion groups are delivered by one practitioner and designed to provide an overview of the positive parenting principles for any interested parent. Parents are actively involved throughout the 2-hour small group format discussions. Each family receives a Triple P Discussion Group Workbook on the corresponding topic they are attending and a certificate of completion.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Parents or caregivers up to age 12 with a specific concern about their child’s behavior. They are most likely to benefit when their concerns are around a relatively discreet, mild to moderate behavioral issue and when parents can independently implement parenting plans that are generated during each 2-hour group discussion
WHAT IS GROUP STEPPING STONES TRIPLE P?
Group Stepping Stones Triple P has been developed for parents of children with a disability. Stepping Stones Triple P has been evaluated with families of children with a range of disabilities (e.g. intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy) and elevated levels of disruptive behavior. The program is delivered in six group sessions of 2–2.5 hours’ duration and three, 30-minute individual telephone sessions. It is delivered by one practitioner and 5–10 families attend the group sessions. Parents actively participate in a range of exercises to learn about the causes of child behavior problems, setting specific goals, and using strategies to promote child development, manage misbehavior and plan for high-risk situations.
WHO IS IT FOR?
Parents or caregivers of children with a disability (up to 12 years of age) that require or are interested in learning a broad-based range of parenting skills to promote child development and to manage challenging behaviors. The program is appropriate to assist parents to prevent the development of problem behavior or to change problem behavior if it is occurring.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is one of the most effective evidence-based parenting programs in the world, backed up by more than 35 years of ongoing research. Triple P gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them build strong, healthy relationships, confidently manage their children’s behavior and prevent problems developing. Triple P is used in more 30 countries and has been shown to work across cultures, socio-economic groups and in many different kinds of family structures. The three Ps in ‘Triple P’ stand for ‘Positive Parenting Program’ which means your family life is going to be much more enjoyable.
Triple P helps parents:
Triple P outcomes for children:
CGA is excited to offer Group Triple P and Triple P Parent Discussion Groups online and in-person. Registration is required with dates available through September.
Limit! 12 parents per workshop