Adventures In Parenting: Becoming a Successful Parent

About the Course:

This course addresses many of the struggles and trials of parenting, while also highlighting its potential rewards. The information presented shows parents how responding, preventing, monitoring, mentoring, and modeling can help people become more successful parents. Various child age ranges are discussed, and suggestions for further information are presented.


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Recommended For:

Beginning to intermediate level. Mental health professionals who work with children, parents, and/or families.

Course Objectives:

  1. Help parents distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate forms of responding, preventing, monitoring, mentoring, and modeling.

  2. Differentiate appropriate ways of parenting children by age group.

  3. Design a parenting program based on principles presented.

  4. Provide appropriate referrals for additional information to parents.

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Course Number: 100339
Credit Hours: 5cr
Exam Fee: $34.85
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Format: Online
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Popularity: 648 members have taken this course

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