Hand in Hand Parenting
Help when parenting gets hard

FREE training for professionals

5 Ways Hand in Hand Parenting
Helps Doctors, Teachers, and Therapists

Concrete resilience-building tools that you can
bring into your therapy room, medical practice, or classroom
to handle challenging behaviors

Thursday, June 10,
11:00 am PDT (Los Angeles) | 2:00 pm EDT (New York) | 7:00 pm BST (London)

This class will outline five concrete resilience-building tools that you can use to handle challenging behaviors and high emotion in children.

Use them yourself or teach them to the parents you work with.
Families need your support as they adjust to the new, New Normal.

This event will be facilitated by

Maya Coleman, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist,
Pam Oatis, MD, pediatrician,
Shelley Macy, MA and Early Childhood Education Faculty, and
Robin Setchko, LMFT

This class is for psychologists, social workers, early childhood educators, teachers, medical professionals, and caregivers. No previous experience with Hand in Hand Parenting is necessary.  

80% of adults feel like their parents didn't really love and accept them when they were children
(Goulding, 2013, 2015)

"Perhaps the most distinctive element of this parenting approach is the value it places on listening well to children, even during tantrums or aggressive outbursts. It is at the heart of this approach and signals a powerful paradigm shift in contemporary thinking about the work of parenting."
Beth Ohanneson, M.S. M.F.T.

Hand in Hand Parenting Approach

Hand in Hand Parenting is a set of accessible, trauma-informed tools that help when parenting is hard. These tools have been used by thousands of parents, educators, and mental health professionals over the last 30 years. Hand in Hand is a nonprofit 501(c)(3). www.handinhandparenting.org