Triple P – Positive Parenting Program®

DCPCF Proudly Offers Triple P - Positive Parenting Program®

Is this you?
IMAGE_TPI_logo_For_Every_Parent_300_dpi_CMYKMost of the time, parenting is great fun. You know you are doing a good job. But there are times when things get a little tricky. Like when your toddler won’t eat her dinner. Or your six year old won’t pick up his toys. Maybe your child never seems to listen or your teenager is always on their phone. If only someone could give you some ideas to make those times easier! If this sounds like you, then Triple P Seminars may be for you.

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is an evidence-based parenting program developed upon research that is ongoing and built on 35 years of data. Triple P gives parents strategies to support strengthening families and adjust their children’s current behaviors while preventing problem behaviors from developing.

What is Triple P?
The three Ps in ‘Triple P’ stand for ‘Positive Parenting Program’. It is an international program that has helped thousands of families worldwide and across the United States by making parenting easier and more enjoyable.
It offers strategies to help parents handle challenging behaviors, including:

  • Temper tantrums
  • Bedtime/mealtime struggles
  • Homework and chores
  • Lying and swearing
  • Bullying

What does Triple P Do?
Triple P helps take the guesswork out of parenting. Which means your family life is going to be much more enjoyable.
Triple P helps you:

  • Raise happy, confident kids
  • Overcome fears, manage anxiety and stress
  • Manage misbehavior so everyone in the family enjoys life more
  • Set rules and routines that everyone respects and follows
  • Develop good screen time habits
  • Encourage behavior you like
  • Take care of yourself as a parent
  • Feel confident you’re doing the right thing

Triple P also helps parents learn new skills to:

• Reduce the stress of parenting
• Set realistic expectations
• Balance work and family
• Feel more confident
• Take time for themselves



To attend a session click on an upcoming training event. 

chad-welch-felChad Welch is our Community Impact Coordinator for Education. He is a certified trainer in the Triple P curriculum and is eager to share the Triple P knowledge with Parents and Caregivers of Door County children. The DCPC offerings are all FREE of charge. If you have any questions, Chad can be reached at (920) 421-3146 or


Each Raising a Thinking Child course utilizes background checked volunteers to watch the parent participants’ children while the parents are attending class. The course is 6 sessions long, meet weekly, include free childcare and a meal. Volunteers will receive the free meal as well should they choose to arrive at the designated meal time prior to the session.

The course is offered periodically throughout the year either on a weeknight or on a weekday and each session will require 2 hours of your time. 

If this is something you would like to learn more about and possibly volunteer for click here or contact Rebecca Paulsen at (920) 421-3145 or email her at