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Kids in Preschool

Parent Center

Bringing Peace@Home.

Kids for Peace

Peace At Home Parenting LLC, an organization that provides evidence-based, online parenting education across the USA, has partnered with IPG to give parents and caregivers just-in-time information to help with family dynamics. 

The University of Connecticut studied Peace At  Home Parentings virtual live corporate well-being classes and concluded that they had a significant impact in:

  • Increasing the level of support parents feel in facing their everyday lives

  • Reducing dysfunctional parental discipline practices (this includes overreactive discipline and parental hostility)

  • Increasing parents' sense of control and competence with their children

Live Classes Available for all IPG Employees!

Visit the IPG Peace at Home Parenting Landing Page to sign, attend live classes, listen to recorded webinars, get just-in-time information, or consult with one of the licensed therapists. Email for IPG Code access.

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We Provide

How to Take the Stress

Out of Parenting

Parents often report that they never imagined how stressful parenting would be and aren’t enjoying children or family time as much as they would like.

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Identify myths that may be causing you to have more conflict with your children than necessary

  • Recognize the ways that your childhood may be interfering in your relationship with your children and what to do about those barriers

  • Apply positive parenting approaches that increase cooperation and strengthen parent-child connections

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On-Demand Classes

Learn something new in 15 minutes or less!

Parenting in a Flash

Parents and Child

Be Your Child’s Emotions Coach

Are you sometimes overwhelmed by your child's feelings?

Does your child have trouble verbalizing his/her emotions?

Do his/her displays of emotion seem like misbehavior to you?

A better relationship with your child starts with emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence increases children's self-worth and cooperation, it improves communication and strengthens the parent-child connection. Family conflict decreases with strong emotional intelligence and it impacts all of your child's future relationships.

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Respond to children's emotions effectively

  • Help children manage their emotions

  • Teach children problem solving skills

  • Express emotions in ways that help children respond positively

  • Apply communication skills that increase peace at home

  • Manage and Communicate Emotions

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Inspire Independence and Sustain Love of Learning (Birth to 5)

Early childhood can be an inspiring yet confusing stage for parents. Our children strive to do things independently yet often lack the skills to get the job done. They sometimes want to retreat to our laps, but at other times are ready to take on the world by themselves. As a preschool parent, you are probably dealing with plenty of daily challenges while enjoying your child’s interest in learning about the world.

You may wonder: How do we help children become more independent while still feeling supported and connected to us? And how can we sustain their exuberant curiosity that we know can become school success as they grow older? 

After this class, you will be able to: 

  • Help your child grow to be more independent and cooperative while strengthening your parent-child connection

  • Use specific, effective feedback to help your child grow into an enthusiastic lifelong learner

  • Flash Class - Technology and young children: How much is too much? 

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Help Your Child Feel Safe in an Unpredictable World

It can be a challenge to help your child feel safe when they are exposed to sometimes frightening current events. Children are especially at risk if they have not learned skills to cope with fear and other stressors. It is particularly important for parents to recognize that we are the filters through which our children see the world.

After this class, you will be able to:

  • Develop perspective about current events

  • Identify anxiety and stress

  • Define self-regulation and co-regulation and help children to do the same

  • Identify and apply strategies that help both adults and children feel safer even in difficult circumstances.

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How Much is Too Much? Young Children and Technology

Screen time is increasing rapidly, and parents are wondering, how much is too much?  This flash class will share the current screen time recommendations for young children and address why limiting screen time is important. After this class, you will be able to:

  • Identify guidelines for choosing high quality media

  • Apply alternatives to the virtual babysitter

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