parenting classes

Placer County

Destiny Community Center

Love & Logic Parenting, Cooperative Parenting & Divorce, Building Hope (raising kids with mental, health, and/or behavioral challenges)

Rocklin

www.destinycommunity.org/family

KidsFirst-Counseling & Family Resource Center

Incredible Years, Active Parenting Now, Forever Fathers, Cooperative Parenting & Divorce Classes

Roseville / Auburn

www.kidsfirstnow.org

Lighthouse Counseling & Family Resource Center

Love & Logic Parenting, Cooperative Parenting & Divorce Classes

Lincoln

www.lighthousefrc.org

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sacramento County

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services

Free classes on nurturing parenting, budgeting, health, nutrition, stress management, and more.

Sacramento

www.sacramentofoodbank.org/parent-education/

Love & Logic Parenting

Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun!, Becoming a Love & Logic Parent, 9 Essential Skills for the Love & Logic Classroom

Sacramento, Roseville

www.loveandlogicparents.com

Family Resource Centers - Sac County

Free parenting courses through First 5 Sacramento

Sacramento, North Highlands, Rancho Cordova

www.dhhs.saccounty.net

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Parenting books

Danny Silk (2009)

Most parenting approaches train children to learn to accept being controlled by well-meaning parents and adults. This book will teach parents to train their children to manage their freedoms and protect their important heart to heart relationships. Loving Our Kids on Purpose brings the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival into our strategy as parents.

Tedd Tripp (2011)

Shepherding a Child's Heart is about how to speak to the heart of your child. Your child’s words and actions flow from their heart. Written for parents with children of any age, this insightful book provides perspectives and procedures for shepherding your child's heart into the paths of life.

Daniel Siegel, Tina Payne Bryson (2011)

The authors explain—and make accessible—the new science of how a child’s brain is wired and how it matures. By applying these discoveries to everyday parenting, you can turn any outburst, argument, or fear into a chance to integrate your child’s brain and foster vital growth.

James Dobson (2014)

Is a willful little darling driving you to distraction? The New Strong-Willed Child is the resource you need—a classic bestseller completely rewritten, updated, and expanded for a new generation of parents and teachers. Challenging as they are to raise, strong-willed children can grow up to be men and women of strong character—if lovingly guided with understanding and the right kind of discipline.

Milan & Kay Yerkovich (2011)

How We Love Our Kids offers a unique approach, to help you as a parent transform your kids by making specific changes in how you love. Identify which of the five love styles of parenting you have, get rid of your “buttons” so your kids can’t push them, create a close connection with your kids, and learn the seven gifts every child needs.