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One of the most important things your child must learn is: "You can't always get what you want."

Children will go to extremes to get as much attention as they can.

Directive Parenting helps you teach them negative behavior won't work.

How Directive Parenting Works

Our program teaches you the parenting skills to improve your child's behavior problems. A sequence of seven steps leads you to develop a unique plan for each child. The concept is simple: minimize attention for problem behavior and provide reasonable, supportive attention for behavior you respect.
1. Assess problem behaviors and identify those behaviors you want to target first. Our interview process will generate a behavior rating report.
2. Understand the issues that may influence your parenting skills. Discover the strengths and weaknesses of your parenting style.
3. Develop a unique plan to minimize problem behavior by changing your response to it. Teach your child that good decisions lead to positive consequences and higher self-esteem.
4. Set up a behavior chart and start tracking your child's problem behavior. After one week, you'll return to the site, login, and start to develop a consequence system to improve behavior.
5. Calculate your child's baseline behavior which you'll use to measure progress.
6. Determine specific consequences that you will use to motivate your child to change her behavior.
7. Re-calculate your child's baseline behavior. Most parents will see results in the first two weeks.
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