Help for parents raising difficult children.

Little miracles. It’s what we do!

Empowering parents and transforming teens

Parent Project Senior

“Changing Destructive Adolescent Behavior” is an award winning intervention model addressing the most destructive of adolescent behaviors. We know of no other program that addresses it all: truancy, drugs, runaways, media, early teen sex, violence, gangs . . . Parent Project Senior promises concrete answers for every parent question asked.

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Concrete answers for challenging kids

Parent Project Junior

Loving Solutions is a parent-training program specifically designed for parents raising difficult younger children, ages 5-10 years. With special application to ADD / ADHD issues, Loving Solutions employs a behavioral model to help parents both motivate children to do constructive tasks and manage unwanted behaviors. The programs “Steps of Success” (S.O.S.) home practice assignments help create a solid foundation for change.

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Monthly tips crafted for you

Parenting Tip of the Month

From the Parent Project’s “Loving Solutions”

Couch Parenting

We have all seen it and we have probably done it. The "Couch Parent" yells at his or her child to stop doing something, from the sofa. The child fails to listen to his parent. Instead of getting off the couch, the parent either yells at his child again, ignores his child's response, or warns the child, again, to stop the behavior.

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Who We Are

Parent Project Mission Statement

Our mission is to develop parent-training programs for parents raising difficult or out-of-control children. We are committed to providing highly effective programs that are affordable for every parent. At the Parent Project®, we believe that parents are the answer. In our 30 plus years, we have worked with over ½ million parents raising difficult or out-of-control children. Our programs are based on their experiences and successes. No matter how difficult the situation may be, we can help. "Little miracles." It's what we do!