Irish Times: Learning How to be a Good Parent, 2009
A learning programme devised by Carolyn Webster-Stratton has helped parents around the world to cope with the pressures of bringing up children. It’s one of the most important jobs in the world, yet something that we have very little training for. This widely held view of parenting is complicated by the fact that if you do a good job, you make parenting look easy. Yet, if problems arise, the value of professional help with parenting becomes a lifeline for both children and parents alike.
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