Maximising Cooperation, Self-Reliance and Self-Esteem

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Six week behaviour management course for parents of children with ADHD, Brought to you by: Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting - Noel Janis-Norton

This course focuses on bringing out the best in your junior school-age children (age 4 to 13 years old) with ADHD and related conditions. 


Weekly on Wednesdays from 8:00 pm to 9.30 pm BST:  8 May to 19 June (except 29 May, Half-Term)


Course Presenter: Noel Janis-Norton, best-selling parenting author, speaker, consultant, and Director of ‘Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting’.


Course content

*This six-week online course is specifically designed for parents of junior school-age children with ADHD and related neuro-developmental challenges.

*It will help parents understand the causes and contributing factors when an ADHD child is struggling with behaviour, learning, social skills, or self-esteem.

*The course will explain the benefits of a positive, firm, and consistent parenting approach to guide children towards the ‘Big Five’ goals that parents of ADHD children often seek advice about:  cooperation, confidence, motivation, self-reliance, and consideration.

*In each session the course will introduce and explain several practical and effective strategies.


To enhance the experience of this intensive course, we are asking that cameras be kept on to encourage parents to ask questions and share insights.


Sessions will address the following problems:


--Children with an extreme temperament: very sensitive, intense, impulsive, inflexible, often have a discrepancy between average or above-average cognitive ability        
--Weak executive function
--Rudeness or verbal aggression
--Preoccupation with screens
--Below-average receptive and/or expressive language
--Sibling rivalry, jealousy, bullying, teasing, bickering, fighting
--Routines for problematic flashpoints: mornings, mealtimes, sibling relationships, screen dependency, homework, peer relationships, independent play, bedtimes
Sessions will cover the following strategies:

  •   Descriptive Praise
  •    Preparing For Success
  •  Special Time
  • Establishing and following through on rules and routines
  • Maintaining a healthy lifestyle
  • Fostering self-reliance
  • Making the time, and taking the time
  • Rules and routines for leisure time, especially screen time
  • Reflective Listening
  • Never Ask Twice strategy for start behaviours
  • Stop Behaviour Strategy
  • Self-care and couple-care
  • United Front


Parents will be provided with a course handbook, which includes templates, summary pages, and planning pages to support putting the new strategies into practice in between the weekly sessions.  The course handbook includes articles, an ebook, and links to videos; these give more information about the ‘Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting’ principles, tools, and techniques.



The sessions will be recorded and made available for seven days following each session.



Wednesday evenings at 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm BST for six weeks from 8 May to 19 June (except 29 May).



£120 per person/£60 for second parent


Pricing & Assisted Places 

We charge a modest amount for our courses in order to help us cover our costs, yet we also want them to be affordable to as many people as possible. We have a limited number of assisted places for those suffering financial hardship. To apply for an assisted place, please get in touch with us ​outlining your circumstances at

8th May, 2024 8:00 PM to 19th June, 2024 9:30 PM
United Kingdom
Event Fee
Course Fee
First Parent/Carer £120.00
Second Parent/Carer (50% discount) £60.00