Starting in 2020 the Parenting Project will be offering two new FREE seminars for parents of children 0-12 and for parents with teens!
Classes are free. To register call the Parenting Project at (702) 455-5295.
The Parenting Project offers a series of free programs to help parents be more effective in raising their children. The following programs are offered at various locations throughout Clark County:
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)
(for parents of children ages 2 through 11 years old)
Build a more positive relationship with your children and deal positively, consistently and decisively with problem behaviors in this eight-session program.
Children do not attend this class.
Nurturing Parents and Families
(for parents of children ages 6 months through 4 years)
Promotes healthy and nurturing interactions between parents and their infants, toddlers, and preschool children offering skills to positively guide behavior, establish routines, manage stress and solve problems in this six-session program.
(for expecting or new parents with children ages birth through 6 months)
Expecting and new parents discuss new-parent topics like bonding, infant care, early development, health, safety and positively nurturing guiding and behavior in this six-session program.
ABCs of Parenting
(for parents of children ages 5 through 10 years)
Parents explore strategies to promote development, encourage positive behavior, teach responsibility, and communicate effectively with children including talking about drugs, alcohol and other tough issues in this six-session program.
Staying Connected with Your Teen
(for parents and youth 11 through 17 years)
Families implement positive behavior approaches and use problem-solving and conflict resolution strategies that support and encourage youth development in this six-session program.
Teen Triple P - (Teen Positive Parenting Program)
(for parents of teens 11 to 17 years)
Explore strategies to increase desirable teen behaviors and manage problem behaviors in a constructive and caring manner to reduce conflict and minimize risk taking behavior in this eight-session program.
Primary Care Triple P - (Parenting Consultations)
Over several weeks parents create an individualized parenting plan targeting a behavioral challenge related to a child or teen.