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November 19, 2015 Erin Royer-Asrilant

If you’ve tried everything in our set of positive tools and you’re still not getting cooperation, then consequences is the tool for you! Although, best used as a last resort, they are effective for helping our kids learn to make better choices next time. We will cover the different kinds of consequences and the steps to implementing them, as well as how to avoid the pitfalls that parents fall into that can render consequences ineffective. Full Class Time: 20min 
Module 1Introduction
An introduction to consequences as a discipline tool, including why these need to be used sparingly and what to try first
Unit 1Consequences Introduction
Module 2Types of Consequences
Consequences can be tricky. Learn about the 2 types and their sub-types, how to use them well and avoid the pitfalls that render them ineffective
Unit 1Using Natural Consequences
Unit 2Pitfalls for Natural Consequences
Unit 3Using Logical Consequences
Unit 4Pitfalls for Logical Consequences
Unit 5Tips
Module 3Summary
Summary of the important points covered in the class on consequences
Unit 1Consequences Summary