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Triple P Group support for parents

tue19apr6:00 pmtue8:00 pmTriple P Group support for parentsGreenville First Steps6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Price:FREE

Event Details

Please join Ms. Lorraine Cragan-Sullivan for Group-based, in-person parenting support beginning on Tuesday evening, April 12th at 6:00pm.

TO REGISTER: Please call or text Ms. Cragan-Sullivan at 864-991-5930.

WHO IS IT FOR? Parents or caregivers interested in promoting their child’s development and potential or they may have concerns about their child’s behavioral problems or simply wish to prevent behavior problems from developing. Parents who have completed lower level interventions and have not achieved the goals they want, may benefit from a Group Triple P intervention. Parents need to be able to commit to all eight sessions.

Session 1: Positive parenting: This session provides parents with an introduction to positive parenting, why children behave as they do, and how to set goals for change. Parents submit a completed assessment booklet at the beginning of this session.

Session 2: Helping children develop: During this session, the practitioner discusses how to develop good relationships with children, how to encourage good behavior, and the four strategies for how parents can teach their children new skills and behaviors.

Session 3: Managing misbehavior: During this session, the practitioner offers additional strategies to assist parents with managing misbehavior during this session. Parents will also learn to develop parenting routines to promote compliance and manage non-compliance from their children. They have an opportunity to rehearse these routines during the session.

Session 4: Planning ahead: This session covers family survival tips, identifying high-risk situations that still cause concern, and how to develop planning ahead routines to promote good child behavior in high risk situations (e.g. shopping, learning how to take turns, fighting with siblings, getting ready for school). Parents also prepare for their individual consultations during this session.

Sessions 5-7 (May 10th-31st): Using positive parenting strategies 1-3: The practitioner provides feedback from initial assessments that the family completed and then uses the self-regulatory feedback model to help parents review their implementation of planning ahead routines for their high-risk situations. From this, parents set goals for further refinement of their routines, if needed.


(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Bloom Behavioral Therapy

205 Farrs Bridge Rd