Parents: Do you have bedtime battles, whining and arguing, power struggles, or discouraged and resistant learners? NOCE’s Parenting Program can help! Parents can raise responsible kids and teach them without raising your voice or repeating yourself! Parenting Program courses without children focus on effective parenting as well as the Love and Logic® framework.

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You can establish healthy boundaries with your child/teen while learning the unique needs of each of your children. These courses can assist parents in understanding children’s issues, and even recognizing symptoms of common disorders; as well as provide tips to help parents in navigating parenting in a peaceful, respectful, and encouraging way.

Programs and Courses

Effective Parenting →

Designed to lend support and provide some realistic parenting techniques that can be used in the parent’s day-to-day life. The course includes lectures, reading, videos, discussions to share best practices, and more.


Building Trauma Informed Communities →

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are a huge factor in the upbringing of children. With the information provided by these classes, parents and educators will learn ways to develop trust, build healthy relationships, and communicate with children in their lives that may have ACEs.

A conference, sponsored by North Orange County Regional Consortium’s K-12 Student Success Workgroup, is also held each year with keynote speakers focusing on reducing ACEs and working through trauma. This conference is attended by K-12 teachers, administrators, counselors, social workers, therapists, non-profit and social services agencies, aftercare programs, higher education staff and counselors, and parents.


Love and Logic® →

Raise self-confident, motivated children who are ready for the real world. Love and Logic classes provide loving, yet powerful tools for parenting children and teens. For more information, view the Love and Logic FAQs or the Love and Logic Flier.

Learn More!

Want to learn more about our Love and Logic® courses? View our Love and Logic flier today to view more information.

Love and Logic® Courses

For a list of classes being offered during the 2021 Spring Semester, view the Love and Logic Class Schedule

  • Parenting the Love and Logic Way®

    This course assists parents and caregivers in developing practical skills for reinforcing the expectations their children experience at home and in school. Utilizing the Love and Logic approach, this course will teach six subsets of skills that encourage home environments that stimulate responsibility, prevent misbehavior, and encourage setting healthy limits.

  • Love & Logic Early Childhood: Parenting Made Fun!®

    This course assists parents and caregivers in developing practical skills for reinforcing the expectations their children experience at home and in school. Utilizing The Love and Logic Early Childhood approach, this course will teach fice subsets of skills that encourage home environments that stimulate responsibility and prevent misbehavior, and encourage setting healthy limits. 

  • Love and Logic: Supporting Youth with Special Needs™

    This course is designed to support adults parenting or supporting youth with disabilities by developing practical skills for reinforcing the expectations of children at home and in school. By utilizing The Love and Logic approach, this course will teach four subsets of skills that encourage home environments that stimulate positive relationship development, empathetic listening, realistic goal setting and encourage independence. The information included in this course is for those who already have a strong understanding of the Love and Logic approach.

  • Love and Logic: Adults Supporting Youth with Challenging Pasts™

    This course assists parents and caregivers in understanding how trauma and hurtful events affect a child’s brain. Students will learn the importance of bonding and relationships and how to address the root causes of a child’s behavior through practicing empath, establishing boundaries, and building healthy relationships.

  • Love and Logic FAQs

    For more information on Love and Logic classes, view the Love and Logic FAQs

Parenting Program Registration

Parenting Program Registration: Click here to register for Parenting Classes. To read the Parenting Program registration instructions: view the NOCE class schedule and scroll down to the Parenting section.

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I admit that I only enrolled in the NOCE Parenting with Love and Logic® classes because my son’s teacher offered extra credit for students who got their parents to attend. However, I genuinely digested the parenting tools taught in class; it was life-changing. I use the skills I have acquired and I am more confident in my abilities as a parent. Eric Johnson
Parenting Program Student – Parenting with Love and Logic®