(Online with some scheduled live sessions)
Parents are strongly encouraged to take the Hollitown Parental Impact Program so they can learn how to create an environment that will help produce advanced outcomes for their child at home.
This program includes 2 courses, and is in a hybrid format (students take part of the course online and part of it in at least one live, scheduled session).
The first course is only 4 weeks long, with one live session. Participants learn the Hollitown Integrated Theory Model (HTITM) Basic 4 theories. At the end of this course, participants learn how humans develop and learn. This knowledge will prove invaluable to a parent who wants to optimize development and learning potentials for their own child.
The second course is only 2 weeks long, with one live session. Participants learn 2 theories that can be processed through the HTITM to illuminate the value versus destructive potential of specific parenting styles, techniques, approaches.
By the end of this Hollitown program, parents will understand how to determine what actually deems good parenting versus poor parenting.
In a time when there are a lot of “expert” opinions masquerading as facts, this single 6 week program will provide you the knowledge you need to determine fact from opinion. This short, but extremely powerful, program on parental impact is one that any and all caring parents truly need to take. It puts you in the driver’s seat by stripping away the “mystery” of parenting. Taking this program gives you that illusive “manual” for parenting that everyone says does not exist. The manual on parenting does exist now, with this very program.
Take the Hollitown Parental Impact Program right away if you want to make sure your child has access to his or her fullest developmental potential.
Hollitown Parental Impact Club
Students who have completed the required courses may register to become a member of the Mental Health & Developmental Psychopathology Club.
Club participants will learn to apply advanced psychology theory rapidly. Club participation will include in depth case analysis on the development of mental health issues such as depression, bi-polar disorder, gender dysphoria, anxiety disorders (including social anxiety), personality disorders, and more. Activities may also include exploration into development of healthy relationships in the context of marriage and dating, family, parent and child dynamics, and much more. Participants will be encouraged to use what they learn about themselves and others to create personal growth plans for themselves, for their children, and even for career growth. Business management participants can create revenue growth plans, plans to build a more cohesive employee environment, and more.