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What is Respectful Parenting?

Respectful Parenting is an approach in which children - even the youngest of infants - are treated and communicated with respect in all situations, as opposed to an approach based on power-control and discipline.  

It’s about acknowledging your child as a unique individual, but it’s also about understanding and respecting your role as a parent, so that you and your child can establish mutual expectations based on effective choices and decision making.  

Respectful parenting empowers us to build a positive relationship with our children, one that will see us through their adult years and beyond.

What does it translate into for parents and what does it look like when it comes to parenting and real-life interactions with children? We’ve put together a book to guide you on your parenting journey.

New Book: Respectful Parenting

A great starting point for any parent looking to understand the Respectful Parenting approach, with easy-to-implement strategies with their children from 2 to 8 years of age. 

The insights and tools in this book —along with real-life examples from parents  — will support you in:

  • Understanding temper tantrums
  • Managing bedtime routines 
  • Establishing and maintaining realistic rules and expectations 
  • Developing decision-making skills and independence in your child 
  • Building a solid relationship with your child based on love and mutual respect 

You'll learn how to use the C.A.R.E pillar to connect with your child in a respectful and responsible manner and parent in powerfully positive and life-changing ways.

Written by Dr Tina Stephenson-Chin for parents just like you, it’s filled with strategies from her 20 years of experience in Early Childhood and supporting parents and families.

Express your interest today and be one of the first to get access to a special pre-order discount when the book is launched!

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About Author

Dr Tina Stephenson-Chin has rich experience in international education and leadership. For the past 20 years, she has been an active contributor to popular academic publications in Canada and Asia on a range of behavioural and education topics. She was Senior Lecturer for Middlesex University London and Open University Hong Kong in teacher qualification granting programmes, including an Honours B.A. in Early Childhood Studies, and was most recently Director of Pedagogy at EtonHouse. Dr Tina holds a BA (Hons), Master of Education, and a Ph.D in Education.