Denver Parenting Classes | Parent Coaching | Family Therapy

We offer two classes for parents of younger children - our one-day Crash Course: Parenting Toddlers and Young Children and five-week class Love and Logic Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!™. Each of these classes provide practical tools and techniques that can change the way your family operates and makes parenting more fun.

Attending the workshop always involves some laughs as well as some thought-provoking discussions. Kerry's emphasis is on helping parents build healthy, nurturing relationships with their kids that will last a lifetime.

During the workshop, participants will:

  • Problem solve with other parents
  • Ask questions about parenting issues
  • Do written exercises in the participant workbook
  • See video clips of the Love and Logic Institute founders
  • Have more fun than you think you should in a parenting class!

The parenting skills covered will include:
Handling Misbehavior Without Breaking A Sweat
Learn techniques to end whining and arguing.

Teaching Kids To Listen... The FIRST Time
Learn how to get kids to behave without lectures, threats, or bribes.

Avoiding Power Struggles
Learn to share control by offering choices within your limits.

Limits Create Happier Parents, Kids, and Families
Learn how to set loving limits by turning your words into gold.

What To Do When Your Kids Leave You Speechless
Are you ever surprised at how frustrated you can get with the little people you love so much? I knew I wasn't alone when a mom interested in some parent coaching wrote this to me:

Are you ever surprised at how frustrated you can get with the little people you love so much? I knew I wasn’t alone when a mom interested in some parent coaching wrote this to me:

We were feeling pretty good about ourselves – dare I admit, even a little smug – but it seems the nippers in our house have gained the upper hand. I start the day out donned in a referee uniform with a whistle (in order to mediate the endless slew of squabbles), and I typically finish the day hiding under the kitchen table while waving the white flag of surrender and calling my husband to beg him to come home and rescue me from his offspring.