Chicago Parent Program Group Leader Training

Description

The Chicago Parent Program (CPP) is a 12-session, video and group-based parenting skills training program that has been shown to improve parenting and reduce behavior problems in children two-five years old.
The purpose of the CPP group leader training is to train group leaders to competently run CPP groups and adhere to the CPP group leader manual and program components.
Course Outcomes: To provide professionals and paraprofessionals working with families of young children in community and mental health settings with skills for working with parents to promote positive parenting and support positive child development and behavior.

Upon completion of the training, attendees will have learned
• Key program principles and their importance in supporting children's development
• Theory and research supporting the effectiveness of The Chicago Parent Program
• Strategies for promoting positive parenting and strengthening parent-child relationships
• Effective strategies for leading Chicago Parent Program

Location Rush University College of Nursing
600 S. Paulina Street
Chicago, IL 60612
Date 6/20/2019 9:00 AM - 6/21/2019 4:00 PM (Check in 8:30 AM)
Sponsor Chicago Parent Program
Trainer Christine Garvey & Alice Guiterrez
Contact Cheri Davis (312) 942-0242 cheri_davis@rush.edu
Principles 1. Support families
2. Active participation
3. Collaborative relationships
Credit Hours 5.5 - Working with Families
Cost $1500 (include videos & manual & 2 day training)
Status Open