Positively influence your teenager’s development and life skills - a full toolkit of proven tips and ideas!
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Understand what’s within your control to change and influence for your teenager’s benefit.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is a toolbox of strategies, skills, and knowledge. It helps you create a positive learning environment. Triple P is the world’s most widely researched parenting program with hundreds of clinical trials and real-world studies that prove it works for most families. Already used in 40+ U.S. states, it can work for you too—and now it’s online!
This toolkit will guide you through the pre-teen and teenage years. Rate your parenting confidence and see it improve over time. Work through each module at your own pace, in your own time. Worksheets, videos, and activities make it easy and interactive!
Select the areas you want to work on most, so from Day 1 you can feel confident you’re heading in the right direction! Start making positive changes right away with the key foundations. Teen Triple P’s five principles are the basics on raising more resilient, responsible teens.
Information and tips to help you bring out your teenager’s potential. Get them to open up to you, and support their emotional and social development. You’ll also learn ways to broaden their horizons and make time spent together more enjoyable.
Find out how to really help your teen (or pre-teen) manage their emotions, show respect, get along with others and solve problems. And find out how to negotiate new behavior in tricky situations!
Life with teenagers can be pretty emotionally intense. Discover the ways to keep everyone calm while still being able to agree on rules and boundaries. Use positive parenting and emotion coaching strategies. Help your teen become more responsible, respectful, reasonable, and resilient.
It’s a big world out there. You want your teenager to understand the risks and responsibilities, as well as the rewards. Help them take the first steps towards adulthood. Support their ability to plan ahead, communicate, and make smart decisions.
Take positive parenting to the next level. This module is all about problem-solving skills, self-confidence, and social skills. The idea is to help your teenager become more independent, caring and considerate. Before you know it, they’re well on their way to being a happy, healthy adult.
Help to stay calm and positive, even during uncertain times. Feel more confident handling anxiety, answering questions and coping with changes. Positive tips and strategies to support you and your family right now.
You get full access for 12 months thanks to Orange County Health Care Agency. Subscription will end automatically
This is fully funded as a public health initiative by OC Health. Many organizations including charities, health centers, schools and local and state governments across the United States and in many other countries provide free access to Triple P. One reason they do this because it’s one of the world’s most researched parenting programs. Another reason is because evidence shows that investing in the future health and happiness of our children and teenagers benefits the whole community. So doing Triple P Online (or Teen Triple P Online) in Orange County is totally free. And yes, that means the whole course, and no, there’s no catch.
You can find more information at the website of the Orange County Health Care Agency. www.ochealthinfo.com
Triple P is one of the few parenting programs in the world with evidence to show it works. There are literally hundreds of trials and studies to show Triple P works for most families, in many different cultures, and in many different family situations. Triple P Online is also the first online parenting program proven to work. In some regions, parents purchase the program (where funding doesn’t cover free access). In those regions we offer a money-back guarantee.
Each module only takes about 30 minutes to an hour. You don’t need to do it all in one block, either. Some parents prefer to just do ten or fifteen minutes a day. There are 6 in Teen Triple P Online. There’s also an extra Parenting During Uncertain Times module in each, to help with issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. So if you start today and do one or two modules each week, you’ll be finished in about a month! Of course, it’s totally up to you. If you want to take it more slowly, take a break, or go back and revisit a previous module, that’s all fine too.
Definitely. Triple P Online is for parents of toddlers to tweens (2-12 years). There are eight modules, covering all of the Triple P strategies. Each module usually takes between 30 minutes to an hour, and includes a fun mix of videos, worksheets, tips and activities. You can also sign up for text message reminders.
It depends a bit on which issues you’d like to focus on most. There’s not a hard and fast rule or an exact age at which children develop, so we suggest taking a look at each course to help you decide. You can always do both!
It is great if both parents can do the course, but it’s not essential. Triple P is used very successfully by single parents. When both parents, or a parent and another carer, both do the course it helps them work as a team to make changes. This includes grandparents, foster parents, and other family members, and even ex-partners, if they also care for your children. It makes it easier to communicate better about parenting, argue and disagree less, and support each other more.
One of the great things about Triple P is that it’s not about telling you what to do in every situation. It’s about helping you feel confident that you can work out what to do. This will be based on what you learn about child or teen development and the strategies you’ve picked up, and your ability to review and refine. So if your question’s about parenting, we suggest you go ahead and do the free program! If it’s about something else to do with Triple P, you may want to try contacting us using this website’s contact details, via our social media channels, or through your local Triple P support service.