Parenting for Resiliency Kit
The resources you need to support parents, yourself, and your practice to promote resiliency and end violence against children. This perspective…
- focuses on building a healthy attachment between parent and child
- emphasizes collaborative problem solving to build skills and address challenging behaviors
- emphasizes the importance of self regulation for parents and their children
Violence is costly and destructive. Educating parents on the damaging effects of spanking is key to ending violence against children. We know that sharing the research on the harms of spanking helps reduce parents’ support of spanking. We also know that parents seek and trust the parenting advice of their pediatrician more than any other source, including friends and ministers.
We hope this kit will help you provide to parents the support they need. Please join us in the movement to end the hitting of children to create a more compassionate peaceful society.