Using Research To Support Relationships
We honor children's' individual differences and to nurture the capacity of adults who support children.
Families do not fail out of Guiding Cooperation!
We will walk this path with you until it gets easier.
Guiding Cooperation is one of our signature courses that, for over thirty years has supported families raising neurodiverse, spirited, strong willed and highly sensitive children. With a focus on regulation, neuroscience, and relationship-based tools, this approach will heal your relationship with your child.... even if nothing else has worked.
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Our program emerged 20+ years ago in response to call for guidance in supporting children's cooperation
Social Emotional Learning Needs After Covid-19
Educators need tools to support their students during this emergency. The American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and the Children’s Hospital Association confirmed that the state of child mental health and well-bring has reached the level of emergency.
Trusted By Top Schools, Parent Groups and Pediatricians
Trusted by top concierge pediatricians like Dr. Nazia Sheriff, we work with families who need extra support.
Trusted by groups like Autism Community Network that support families raising kids on the spectrum.
I have seen really big changes in my students and classroom when I use the Guiding Cooperation approach. I have enjoyed the content and the constant reminder of the basics of what our students and staff and teachers are dealing with. Having a safe forum to focus on the emotional struggles has been great. Helping the relationships and emotional well-being changes the energy and learning in the room.
-Margaret, Special Education Educator, AUHSD
Doing Guiding Cooperation as a team so we all learn together and focus on using these same principles is really helpful. I really like the emphasis on the positivity and describing behaviors and efforts in a positive way and altering our language can really make a big difference with our students.
-Natalie, Speech Pathologist, AUHSD