Chicago Parent Program
The Chicago Parent Program (CPP) is a 12-session, video and group-based parenting skills training program that has been shown to improve parenting skills and confidence and reduce behavior problems in young children 2-5 years old. It provides professionals serving families with young children the knowledge, skills, and materials needed to implement the CPP in their agency or practice.
Designed in collaboration with parents of young children and supported by research, the program was created to address the needs of families from culturally and economically diverse backgrounds. The program listed on the National Registry of Evidenced-based Programs and Practices and can be used as part of a comprehensive prevention or treatment program for helping parents of young children with or at risk for developing serious behavior problems.
For more information about the Chicago Parent Program, go to chicagoparentprogram.org or call 410-614-5311
JHU School of Nursing
525 N. Wolfe Street,
Baltimore, MD 21205
(Not included in tuition)
August 15-16, 2016
9 am-4 pm
Tuition & Fees
$800 for two-day workshop
$1500 (includes Registration fee and DVD Set)
Special group rates available. See "What's Included."
Elgible for JHU Tuition Remission.