Become the parent you want to be
Grow your parenting toolbox, learn strategies & best practices for encouraging and respectful parenting.
New Parenting Class Forming in Yarmouth, ME
Starting November 19: Raising Resilient and Responsible Children (First Session FREE)
In this course you can learn how to elevate and update your parenting and develop caring, courageous and responsible children.
Volunteer with us and be part of a Can-Do-Kids fair! This fair celebrates life skills: useful work, camaraderie, contribution, cooperation, and the courage to try new things. You’ll be surprised how much fun kids have learning real life skills.
Reviews from Parents & Participants
I would love to continue this course… Reviewing and going deeper into all the topics makes me a better mother. Thank you so much!
It has been amazing, opened up my mind and my heart. I would love to take more classes.
These are the kinds of tools that are so helpful.
This has been a great experience and the shared tools are extremely valuable for this day to day journey. Thanks!
Being a parent is hard. Our kids are the most important things we have and we want to be our best, but we are not perfect. This program provides great tools that really work. Attending a course is far more enduring than just reading a book, because you get to share with other parents and have time to think things over and over.
Great class. Marjie is truly a gifted facilitator. Thank you!
The leader was awesome. She really has the skills and competencies as well as proven know-how to provide us not only with an interesting theory but then supported it with real life examples and how-to ideas. I would definitely enjoy receiving further training on related topics.
Love it! This helped a great deal discovering more ways to be a better parent.
About the Family Leadership Center
Our mission is to give family leaders proven tools and encouragement to raise strong, caring and engaged families. We support parents who want to raise the bar for their families.
Whether it is to reduce the small daily struggles such as getting out the door in the morning to taking responsibility for homework and completing family chores or to shift the family climate of power struggles or sibling rivalry.