Skip to main content

parenting

Image
Summary

DrugFree.org is "a drug abuse prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery resource, existing to help parents and caregivers effectively address alcohol and drug abuse with their teens and young adults."

Topics
Parenting
Image
Summary

From the Harvard School of Public Health, Center for Health Communication, this free report  - Raising Teens - is research-based. 

 

Resource link
Topics
Parenting
Image
Summary

A nonprofit organization that trains coaches to work with parents one-on-one. 

Topics
Parenting
Summary

A free resource for all parents - National Parenting Helpline. 

 

Topics
Parenting
Image
Summary

Our family emotional systems are learned in childhood and passed from one generation to another.

Topics
Parenting
Summary

A listing of parent support groups.

Topics
Parent Groups
Image
Summary

HUG Your Baby's mission: Based on child development, lactation and pediatric literature, HUG Your Baby’s trainings and resources help parents (and the professionals who care for them) understand a baby’s body language in order to prevent and solve problems around eating, sleeping, crying, and parent-child interaction and bonding.

Resource link
Image
Summary

The mission of Hand-in-Hand Parenting is to support parents with the insights, skills and tools necessary to build the meaningful connections that parents and children need to thrive

Resource link
Topics
Parenting
June 5, 2013
Summary

Emotions are not just a personal issue. A person’s emotional development has effects on how well they function in social situations. Mothers’ and fathers’ emotions and behavior deeply influence their child's emotional and social development. 

March 25, 2002
Summary

    This is the third in a series of articles in which parents of teens share their experiences. The series follows the outline of five basics of parenting adolescents presented in a recent study from the Harvard University Center for Health Communication: (1) love and connect, 2) monitor and observe, 3) guide and limit, 4) model and consult, and 5) provide and advocate. The study is available free online: "Raising Teens: A Synthesis of Research and a Foundation for Action," by A. Rae Simpson, Ph.D.,