Parent Education

Positive Discipline Education.

Positive Discipline is designed to teach young people to become responsible, respectful and resourceful members of their communities. Positive Discipline teaches important social and life skills in a manner that is deeply respectful and encouraging for both children and adults. Parents learn very specific tools and skills to help children develop an internal motivation to make good choices in life. Research tells us that children are hardwired from birth to connect with others, and that children who feel a sense of connection to their community, family, and school are less likely to misbehave.

Do you wish…

You had a better relationship with your child?

You laughed with your child more than you yelled?

You had positive discipline tools that REALLY worked?

At Prosper Counseling, we offer group parenting classes, individual parenting sessions, Child/Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) training, and Positive Discipline education.

Child-Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT).

CRPT is a play-based treatment program for young children presenting with behavioral, emotional, social, and attachment concerns. At the heart of CPRT is the premise that a secure parent-child relationship is the essential factor for children's well-being. In a supportive group environment, parents learn skills to respond more effectively to their children's emotional and behavioral concerns. The goal of CPRT is to strengthen the quality of the parent-child attachment bond as a means of reducing child behavior problems and stress in the parent-child relationship. In CPRT, parents implement the skills in weekly play sessions with their child and get feedback on their skills from a certified CPRT facilitator.

Comments From Parents:

 “VERY helpful class! It has made a significant impact in the lives of my children and my family!”

“The class was very insightful – insightful not only into my child’s world but for myself and how I react, my outlook, and my perceptions.”

“I have truly enjoyed taking this course. My relationship with my child is very much improved. I feel better prepared to handle those tough parenting situations.”

“This really should be a required class before having children.”

“I learned relationship skills that apply throughout the parent child relationship – from toddlerhood to the teen years.”

Book Recommendations:

Parenting is the toughest and most important job in the world. Unfortunately there is no perfect instruction book and if you search “Parenting” on Google or Amazon, you will get a thousand different suggestions, but a couple of our favorites are:

“How to Talk so Kids (Teens) Will Listen, and How to Listen so Kids (Teens) Will Talk”

by Faber & Mazlish

“Positive Discipline A-Z”

by Nelson & Lott

Contact us

972-292-0007 (Office)

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About us

Professional counseling for children, teens, adults, couples, and families in a private and confidential setting.

Where to find us
By Appointment Only

102 E. 3rd Street
Prosper, TX 75078