This website is not associated with or sponsored by the Love and Logic Institute, Inc. Love and Logic® is a registered trademark of the Love and Logic Institute, Inc. Love and Logic® was founded by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline,
M.D., with continued creative and operational direction by Charles Fay, Ph.D. It is based on the experience of a combined total of over 100 years working with and raising kids and is based on a psychologically sound parenting and
teaching philosophy called Love and Logic®. For more information, please go to www.loveandlogic.com or call 800-338-4065.
Becoming a Love and Logic Parent®   -   Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!   -   9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom®  
  • Learn quick and easy preventative
    interventions for dealing with difficult
    behavior   
  • Incorporate "The Recovery Process" -
    preserve the learning environment
  • Develop positive teacher and student
    relationships
  • Delay consequences for positive learning
  • Hand the student's problem back by using
    empathy and consequences
  • Set limits with enforceable statements
  • Use choices to prevent power struggles
  • Neutralize teacher and student arguing
  • Guide students to own and solve problems.
Teaching a student with ADHD
This workshop helps
parents raise the odd of
raising responsible kids
by providing tools and
techniques for when kids
cook up the unexpected
.
Participants will learn how to:
This workshop helps
school teachers
perfect their skills in
dealing with
classroom
management
Continuing education through Chapman


          Graduate Level Credit and Clock Hours
          for Continuing Education
One semester of graduate level credit (20 clock hours) is
available through Chapman University for attending a 9
Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom course.
loveandlogicparents.com
Early Childhood Parenting
Made Fun!®
(Birth - Six years old)
Parenting
  • Neutralize parents and children arguing
  • Delay consequences for positive learning
  • Hand the child's problem back by using
    empathy and consequences
  • Develop positive parent and children
    relationships
  • Set limits with enforceable statements
  • Use choices to prevent power struggles
  • Guide children to own and solve their
    problems
Participants will learn how to:
This  workshop helps
parents discover new
approaches to staying
calm when kids
misbehave, getting
cooperation…
the first time,
  • Neutralize parents and children arguing
  • Delay consequences for positive learning
  • Hand the child's problem back by using
    empathy and consequences
  • Develop positive parent and children
    relationships
  • Set limits with enforceable statements
  • Use choices to prevent power struggles
  • Guide children to own and solve their
    problems
Participants will learn how to:
  • Handle misbehavior without breaking a
    sweat by learning techniques to end
    whining, arguing, and negotiating
  • Handle misbehavior while shopping
  • Get kids to behave without lecture,
    threats, or bribes
  • Avoid Power Struggles
  • Use tools to end bedtime,eating, and other
    battles
  • Set loving limits for potty training, picky
    eaters and more!
Teaching with Love and Logic
and delivering effective consequences.