We're on TV!

See the video above for the Keep It Positive segment on Lifetime's "The Balancing Act".
 

We're published!

Keep it Positive: A New Approach to Successful Parenting is out, and is available at Amazon as a paperback or Kindle edition (read on your Kindle, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, PC, or Mac)
 

Classes and Events!

In the news...

Juda Carter is featured in Tokyo Families magazine. See here.


Keep It Positive
on the road...

Juda Carter presented Keep It Positive to the Tokyo Mothers Club at the Eton House International Preschool in Tokyo, Japan.
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Above, Juda Carter (second from the right) spoke with parents at the Moms Club of Aliso Viejo (with Julie Major, far right).

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Who we are

We are Educators, Clergy
and Parents who are
devoted to the principles
and philosophy of positive
behavior support
for children. We are
passionate to share this
with others. Our hope is
that as you embrace and
practice the skills
presented in the book
and in our classes, your
parenting will become a
better reflection of the
love and values you
cherish and want to
provide your children.
We call this method
Keep it Positive.

How does it work?

Keep it Positive is a method that works for every behavior issue that occurs with children of every age, because it provides a flexible structure based on scientifically researched principles of human behavior. This new vision will enable you to change the ineffective and possibly destructive habits that may have entered your home. It will help you create an environment in which your child will be encouraged and inspired, rather than coerced or forced to mature.

Why does it work?

Keep it Positive helps you to understand how to change your interactions with your children. It teaches you that the common responses to inappropriate behavior, such as “time out” and punishments, usually do not work in the long term. As a parent, you will learn to manage your child’s behavior by changing the way you react. Our participants are thrilled with the results they receive after learning and practicing positive behavior support.

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