Happy Family

Positive Discipline

What is Positive Discipline

Happy Family

Positive Discipline

What is Positive Discipline?

Positive Discipline is  formed from the psychological works of Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs, formed in the 1920's and 1930's later coined "Positive Discipline" by Jane Nelson and Lynn Lott. Positive Discipline through the decades has been used by professionals, parents, childcare providers, and the like. Miss Sally brings her gentle touch of mindfulness and care in a judgment-free setting while working with families. Positive Discipline offers families many tools to overcome daily struggles and follows 5 main principles of criteria:

  1. Helps children feel a sense of connection. 

  2. Is mutually respectful and encouraging.  

  3. Is effective long-term. 

  4. Teaches important social and life skills.  

  5. Invites children to discover how capable they are. 

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Various Positive Discipline Classes

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Various Positive Discipline Classes

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Positive Discipline classes for all ages, toddlers, preschoolers, and children with special needs.
Book a class today for your PTA, toddler or parenting group, or just your family. 

Story of Pumpkin

Miss Sally is an amazing teacher for both adults and children alike. Her Positive Discipline course has made an impactful change in our lives when it comes to meeting the emotional needs of our children. A better understanding of our children has helped us to create a more peaceful and cooperative environment. 

— Kenneth Osborn, Parent of 5

Mother and Sons

Miss Sally's parenting class is a palatable and comfortable way to learn how to put your desires for your child's future self into motion today, by better understanding your child's emotional needs. Her down to earth approach to parenting invites all parents into the circle of understanding.

— Arden Wryte, Parent of 3