"Every child deserves Great Parenting & every parent deserves the Joy that Great Parenting can bring."

 

About

Lisa DiSciullo – Parent Educator

Lisa DiSciullo I have been a successful lifelong educator and trainer in many capacities: from computer, communication, and relationship skills in Fortune 500 companies, to respectful ways for parents to teach and develop their children, not to mention guiding and teaching my own 3 children to be capable, positive, independent and resourceful adults.

Outside of my work life I adeptly managed a dynamic and active family through an international move, construction of a custom home, numerous volunteer leadership responsibilities, and many life-enriching daily activities.

My breaking point was when one of my children was seriously struggling in school. When we consulted the experts and they recommended what I needed to do for my child, I said “That’s great, now what can you do for ME, because I feel like a failure as a parent, all I ever do is yell at my kids, if we continue this way not only will I fail, but my children will fail too!” I realized I needed better tools for parenting. I started taking classes, reading and studying, and after a while I decided to leverage my corporate training background and began to lead classes. The atmosphere in our home transformed from one of conflict to cooperation and I was calmer and more confident.

I found that by seeing my children as capable and allowing them to take responsibility for their lives, they were encouraged and willing to work together as part of the family team. I learned that by setting respectful appropriate limits, that my children felt more secure, cared-for and valued. I saw such a difference in the level of fulfillment in our family home that I committed myself to sharing great parenting tools with other parents that are striving for harmony or that may be disillusioned with how their families were “turning out.”

It is possible to stop the frustration and rediscover the joy in parenting well. You deserve it.

Every child deserves great parenting and every parent deserves the joy that great parenting can bring!

Upcoming Events

Mar
27
Wed
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church
Mar 27 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church | Summit | New Jersey | United States

For parents of children age 2 1/2-5

In this 8-week class you will learn positive discipline methods to calm tantrums, avoid power struggles and engage your child’s cooperation. Insight into your child’s temperament and developmental stage along with guided practice with setting limits calmly and consistently will equip you with a parenting toolbox you can use throughout the years of childrearing.

Course topics:

  • How your child’s development and temperament influence behavior
  • Solutions for morning dawdling, bedtime battles and sleep issues
  • Power struggles and tantrums—getting to calm
  • Healthy eating and stress-free toilet training
  • How to encourage your child’s confidence, capability and beginning independence
  • Techniques to help your child practice self-control and self-regulation
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work—and the positive tools that do work
  • How to nurture a warm, happy relationship with your child and have more fun as a family

Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 24, May 1, 8, and 15 @ 9:00 -11:00 am

Includes: Eight 2-hour sessions, textbook, materials, and private Facebook group.

$379

This is a non-denominational program  held the Calvary Episcopal Church.
Apr
3
Wed
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church
Apr 3 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church | Summit | New Jersey | United States

For parents of children age 2 1/2-5

In this 8-week class you will learn positive discipline methods to calm tantrums, avoid power struggles and engage your child’s cooperation. Insight into your child’s temperament and developmental stage along with guided practice with setting limits calmly and consistently will equip you with a parenting toolbox you can use throughout the years of childrearing.

Course topics:

  • How your child’s development and temperament influence behavior
  • Solutions for morning dawdling, bedtime battles and sleep issues
  • Power struggles and tantrums—getting to calm
  • Healthy eating and stress-free toilet training
  • How to encourage your child’s confidence, capability and beginning independence
  • Techniques to help your child practice self-control and self-regulation
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work—and the positive tools that do work
  • How to nurture a warm, happy relationship with your child and have more fun as a family

Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 24, May 1, 8, and 15 @ 9:00 -11:00 am

Includes: Eight 2-hour sessions, textbook, materials, and private Facebook group.

$379

This is a non-denominational program  held the Calvary Episcopal Church.
Apr
10
Wed
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church | Summit | New Jersey | United States

For parents of children age 2 1/2-5

In this 8-week class you will learn positive discipline methods to calm tantrums, avoid power struggles and engage your child’s cooperation. Insight into your child’s temperament and developmental stage along with guided practice with setting limits calmly and consistently will equip you with a parenting toolbox you can use throughout the years of childrearing.

Course topics:

  • How your child’s development and temperament influence behavior
  • Solutions for morning dawdling, bedtime battles and sleep issues
  • Power struggles and tantrums—getting to calm
  • Healthy eating and stress-free toilet training
  • How to encourage your child’s confidence, capability and beginning independence
  • Techniques to help your child practice self-control and self-regulation
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work—and the positive tools that do work
  • How to nurture a warm, happy relationship with your child and have more fun as a family

Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 24, May 1, 8, and 15 @ 9:00 -11:00 am

Includes: Eight 2-hour sessions, textbook, materials, and private Facebook group.

$379

This is a non-denominational program  held the Calvary Episcopal Church.
Apr
24
Wed
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church
Apr 24 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church | Summit | New Jersey | United States

For parents of children age 2 1/2-5

In this 8-week class you will learn positive discipline methods to calm tantrums, avoid power struggles and engage your child’s cooperation. Insight into your child’s temperament and developmental stage along with guided practice with setting limits calmly and consistently will equip you with a parenting toolbox you can use throughout the years of childrearing.

Course topics:

  • How your child’s development and temperament influence behavior
  • Solutions for morning dawdling, bedtime battles and sleep issues
  • Power struggles and tantrums—getting to calm
  • Healthy eating and stress-free toilet training
  • How to encourage your child’s confidence, capability and beginning independence
  • Techniques to help your child practice self-control and self-regulation
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work—and the positive tools that do work
  • How to nurture a warm, happy relationship with your child and have more fun as a family

Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 24, May 1, 8, and 15 @ 9:00 -11:00 am

Includes: Eight 2-hour sessions, textbook, materials, and private Facebook group.

$379

This is a non-denominational program  held the Calvary Episcopal Church.
May
1
Wed
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church
May 1 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Parenting Preschoolers (for parents of 2 1/2-5 year olds) @ Calvary Episcopal Church | Summit | New Jersey | United States

For parents of children age 2 1/2-5

In this 8-week class you will learn positive discipline methods to calm tantrums, avoid power struggles and engage your child’s cooperation. Insight into your child’s temperament and developmental stage along with guided practice with setting limits calmly and consistently will equip you with a parenting toolbox you can use throughout the years of childrearing.

Course topics:

  • How your child’s development and temperament influence behavior
  • Solutions for morning dawdling, bedtime battles and sleep issues
  • Power struggles and tantrums—getting to calm
  • Healthy eating and stress-free toilet training
  • How to encourage your child’s confidence, capability and beginning independence
  • Techniques to help your child practice self-control and self-regulation
  • Why conventional discipline methods don’t work—and the positive tools that do work
  • How to nurture a warm, happy relationship with your child and have more fun as a family

Mar 20, 27, Apr 3, 10, 24, May 1, 8, and 15 @ 9:00 -11:00 am

Includes: Eight 2-hour sessions, textbook, materials, and private Facebook group.

$379

This is a non-denominational program  held the Calvary Episcopal Church.

 

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