Triple P - Positive Parenting Program
Triple P – Positive Parenting Program – is a parenting support program for parents with children up to age 12 that provides easy, practical strategies to help parents build strong and healthy relationships with their children. The program addresses a wide variety of topics to help parents navigate everyday parenting challenges, as well as more problematic behaviors. The goal of Triple P is to prevent problems in the family, school and community before they arise and to create family environments that encourage children to realize their potential. Triple P Georgetown offers both one-to-one sessions and group seminars and discussion groups.
This program is supported by Children's Trust of SC and The Duke Endowment. Our leadership team includes Tidelands Health, Black River United Way and The Children's Recovery Center.
Triple P's Core Principles and Five Steps to Positive Parenting
Create a safe, interesting environment.
Have a positive learning environment.
Use assertive discipline.
Have realistic expectations.
Take care of yourself.
Attend a Triple P Seminar or Workshop
Unfortunately, kids don’t come with instruction manuals! Fortunately, many familiar parenting problems have very simple solutions that can be applied with some effort and focus. Join us in a seminar, workshop or one-on-one session to develop new strategies and rebuild skills to add to your parenting toolkit.
Triple P workshops and seminars provide parents with a friendly place to learn, share and seek support. Triple P seminars and workshops are available for parents at no cost online and cover a range of topics.
Triple P Seminar Series:
- Seminar 1: The Power of Positive Parenting
- Seminar 2: Raising Confident Competent Children
- Seminar 3: Raising Resilient Children
Triple P Workshop Topics:
- Shopping Hassle-Free with Children
- Developing Good Bedtime Routines
- Dealing with Disobedience
- Managing Fighting and Aggression
Click here to register for a seminar or workshop.
But, What if My Problem is Unique?
No matter the complexity of the problem, Triple P offers both one-on-one sessions and group formats. If you are an individual or agency and would like to refer a parent/self to the program, please complete the referral form and our team will be in contact with you to help you determine what the best program is for you.
For More Information
To get involved, or receive more information on the Triple P program, please contact the Triple P program coordinator Amanda H. Cohen at TCCN@tidelandshealth.org.
Our work in action
Triple P has proudly impacted the communities of Horry and Georgetown counties since it's inception. View our latest impact below:
Families Served: 263
Children Impacted: 2,509