Note: The Compassionate Parenting program was not responsive to the CEBC's inquiry. The following information was obtained from publicly available sources.
About This Program
Target Population: Not Specified
Compassionate Parenting is an 8-session course for resentful, angry, anxious, and overwhelmed parents. Create deeper parent-child connections through increased interest and enjoyment. Parents and children increase emotional intelligence. Empowering-discipline helps children achieve optimal growth, development, cooperation skills, and moral courage. Research shows that children learn to regulate their emotions, eliminate temper tantrums, and reduce bad behavior when they can put their feelings into words. When the brain has no way to label or otherwise discriminate among the various meanings it gives to events and behaviors, it tends to funnel all emotional response into the form of arousal that gives the most temporary power: anger. Model dialogue shows how to teach key vocabulary words to children. The Compassionate Parenting curriculum focuses on how to parent with Smart Emotions, so parents can have a positive relationship with their children. This compassionate approach to parenting helps increase cooperation, self-esteem, and self-discipline; resulting in lowering anger and resentment between parents and children.
The program representative did not provide information about a Logic Model for Compassionate Parenting.
Manuals and Training
Publicly available information indicates there is a manual that describes how to deliver this program, and there is some training available for this program.
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- Compassion Power
Relevant Published, Peer-Reviewed Research
Currently, there are no published, peer-reviewed research studies for Compassionate Parenting.
No reference materials are currently available for Compassionate Parenting.
Date Research Evidence Last Reviewed by CEBC: February 2015
Date Program Content Last Reviewed by Program Staff: July 2020
Date Program Originally Loaded onto CEBC: March 2015