Calm, cool, collected parenting with Love and Logic.
Would you like to raise a confident, proactive child? Or teach a classroom full of well-behaved children? If you’re like just about every other parent, teacher, or church leader, the answer is a resounding YES. But the next question is obvious — how to get there? The principles of Love and Logic can help. Amy has been a certified instructor of Becoming a Love and Logic Parent since 2003. In this role, she has taught Love and Logic techniques to foster parents, helping professionals, churches, and schools how to use the curriculum to become empowered in their roles to steer children toward success.
What Is “Love and Logic?”
The Love and Logic formula was created in 1977 by a team of childhood behavioral experts: a former school administrator, a psychiatrist, and a school psychologist. Since then, it has helped parents and other adults (including Bill and Melinda Gates!) gain the skills they need to reel in their tempers when dealing with children… and instead, employ the principles of love and logic.
How Does Love and Logic Work?
An authentic, loving connection between parents and their children is the root of a healthy, thriving relationship built on trust and understanding, and the Love and Logic approach aims to create just that. These parenting tools are designed to give practical parenting skills built around the science of crafting caring and respectful relationships — understanding both HOW to stay cool, calm, and collected even in times of stress, and WHY it works.
The principle is simple: research shows that when parents keep their cool, children are more likely to respond the same way. This curriculum can be especially effective for helping children deal with traumatic pasts.
Love and Logic Parents (or teachers, counselors, and other adults in these roles) gain tools to help…
- Reduce power struggles
- Increase positive reactions
- Decrease stress
- Improve your child’s vision of the world
Get Started Today!
Are you interested in employing the Love and Logic curriculum in your parenting style? Or maybe you are a teacher or counselor who wants to know how this can influence your style. Either way, you are invited to contact Amy to learn more. You AND your kids deserve it!