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INFORMATIONAL LINKS


POSITIVE DISCIPLINE SITES


Positive Discipline Ning is a PD social networking site. Connect with people from your state or region! Find folks with similar interests! Have an opportunity to dialogue with others using PD in their personal or professional life.  

Positive Discipline Association Facebook -
Keep up with the latest comments on PD.

Positive Discipline Newsletter
is a free PD newsletter with educational articles and ideas for training, PD news, testimonials and information on new resource materials for Positive Discipline Parent Educators, Classroom Educators, Trainers and parents. It’s a great way to learn about new Positive Discipline ideas and to strengthen your Positive Discipline “tool box.”

Positive Discipline books and materials can be obtained either through Empowering People as well as through the www.positivediscipline.com website.  Once you have taken a Teaching Parenting or PD In the Classroom workshop, you are eligible for discounts. Go to www.positivediscipline.com and click on "My Account" at the top of the page. Then create a new account and choose "Parent Educator/Teacher" or "Certified Positive Discipline Associate" (depending on your level of certification) from the Account Type drop-down menu. Then when you are logged in to your account, all the prices will reflect your discount. You can also place a credit card order by phone at 1-800-456-7770.  They accept purchase orders from schools and organizations.


HELPFUL ORGANIZATIONS


Adler School of Professional Psychology (Chicago) is a graduate school focused on Adlerian Psychology.
The School emphasizes "education and training designed to prepare students to be socially responsible practitioners who engage communities and advance social justice, during both their course of study and their later professional lives."

Collaboration for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL)
is a

"not-for-profit organization that works to advance the science and evidence-based practice of social and emotional learning." It provides information and resources on social and emotional learning, bullying prevention, etc.


International Committee of Summer Schools and Institiutes (ICASSI) is "a voluntary non-profit educational organization whose international mission is to help professionals, students, and lay persons learn the teachings of Adler and Dreikurs, and to help them apply those teachings through development and mastery of appropriate skills."
Each year ICASSI organizes The Rudolf Dreikurs Summer Institute as their primary forum for educational activities.

North American Society of Adlerian Psychology (NASAP) is an organization whose
mission is to "foster and promote the research, knowledge, training, and application of Adlerian Psychology."

Zero To Three is a national non-profit whose "mission is to promote the health and development of infants and toddlers." They offer many educational resources including podcasts on child development and many parenting resources.







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