Training and Resources for Parents

Training for parents

Parents and caregivers interested in learning more about the CPS model are encouraged to attend a CPS Parent Group. These groups are aimed at teaching parents and caregivers alternate strategies for intervening when their child is struggling.

The CPS process can help repair the relationship that you have with your child while reducing challenging behaviors, teaching skills and solving problems (so they don't keep coming up) allowing your child to successfully manage day to day expectations. 

There are several options available for parents that range from a 4-6- week overview of the model to an 8-week in-depth training. Parent Groups tend to be smaller in size, to accommodate different learning styles and allow for participants to discuss and practice what they are learning.  For a complete list of Parent Group Trainings in Oregon please visit Think:Kids

OHSU Sponsored CPS Parent Group Training

OHSU Certified Think:Kids Trainers; Beth Holliman, LPC and Margaret Johnson, LMSW offer in-person and online 8 Week CPS Parent Group Training 

CLASS IS FULL-REGISTRATION CLOSED! Online CPS 8-week Parent Group Training, September 16-November 4, 2019 Choose the class time that best fits your schedule, Mondays from 4:00-5:30pm or Mondays from 6:00pm-7:30pm.  We will notify applicants of their enrollment via email. Tuition fee: $200 Financial assistance, may be available.  

To be added to the notification list for upcoming Parent Group Classes, please email CPS

Parent support

Have you attended a CPS Parent Class and now are trying to implement CPS in your home? Do you have questions about the model, are you getting stuck or just need a refresher?  You can now access a Think:Kids Certified Trainer online! Download a flyer

                   STARTING IN SEPTEMBER, 2019

WHAT: Free CPS On-line Drop in Class for parents

WHEN: Join us online every Wednesday evening  from 6:00pm-7:00pm

WHERE:   Please click Zoom Link to join