Parents, are you tired of tantrums, whining, or power struggles with your child(ren)?
Is it hard to get the kids out of the house in the morning? Or to go to bed at night?
Is it difficult to get them to do their homework or to help with household chores?

You're not alone.

Join like-minded parents at a Parenting Tools Workshop in your area to learn tried and tested solutions to every day parenting challenges. Help children, of any age, develop respect for self and others, problem solving skills and self-discipline.

Positive Discipline is an encouragement parenting model based on the best selling series of books by Jane Nelsen Ed.D. Building on the work of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs, it is designed to help parents better understand their children and what motivates them, in order to help improve family communication and cooperation.

Fionnuala Hoffmann, Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. Berlin, 2016

Where does Positive discipline come from?

Dr. Alfred adler
1870 - 1937

Austrian medical doctor, psychotherapist and founder of Adlerian psychology, also known as individual psychology.

"A child's greatest motivation in life is the desire to belong"

"Cooperation is the most important thing for living"

"Parents should understand before everything else that children must learn to look after their own responsibilities without interference. Children should be given their own responsibilities. Children should be treated as equals"

Dr. Dreikurs

Dr. rudolf dreikurs
1897 - 1972

Austrian psychiatrist and educator who developed Alfred Adler's system of Individual psychology into a pragmatic method for understanding child behaviour.

"Children need encouragement just as plants need water"

"If we want to help a child change his direction we must understand what makes him move"

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Dr. Jane nelsen

American licensed Marriage, Family and Child counselor and author of the internationally renowned Positive Discipline series.

"Where did we ever get the crazy idea that in order to make children do better, first we have to make them feel worse?"

"Mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn"