The Parent Within
This website provides practical support. It helps parents explore and embed the P.E.T. skills as well as develop a deeper understanding of child development through current research via blogs and a Facebook page.
Slurping Soup & Other Confusions: True Stories and Activities to Help Third Culture Kids During Transition
This website is for expatriate and global families to support their children going through transitions of moving, cultural change, friendship loss and change, and exploring where they belong.
Parent Effectiveness Training Blog
Our monthly blog written by parenting professionals and Gordon Training International staff on how to handle family situations using the Gordon Model.
API promotes parenting practices that create strong, healthy emotional bonds between children and their parents.
Our Muddy Boots
Jennifer Andersen is the founder of Our Muddy Boots,a Baby and Child Rights advocate, writer, blogger, and public speaker.
Alberta Family Wellness
The AFWI’s aim is to apply emerging research about experienced-based brain and biological development as it relates to early childhood development and children’s mental health, and its lifelong impact on addiction and other negative health outcomes.
Zero to Three
ZERO TO THREE works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development.
The Natural Child Project
The Natural Child Project offers articles, research reports and advice on attachment parenting, unschooling, and child advocacy.
Provides parenting keynote speakers, seminars, workshops, lunch and learns, breakouts, coaching and consulting on every parenting/family topic.
VISIT P.E.T. INSTRUCTOR WEBSITES!
Ms. Meike Lemmens (Master Trainer)
Huntington Beach, California
Ms. Michelle Cescatti
Los Angeles, California
Ms. Larissa Dann – (Additionally, Larissa is a Blogger for Gordon Training)
Canberra, NSW, Australia
Ms. Judy Arnall
Calgary, AB, Canada
Ms. Sonal Kothari
Ms. Kelly Meier
San Diego, California
Ms. Miral Hassan
Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Ms. Corrine Parker
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