The Parent Help Center’s Behavorial Summer Camp Defies Convention – Your News Digest

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The Parent Help Center today reflected on its release of the Behavioral Summer Camp 15 years ago, which was in development for over 12 months. The main aim was always to provide lasting change and support for hurting families. To defy convention by working with both parents and children in order to make a real difference.

Glenn Ellison,, Founder and CEO at The Parent Help Center, says: “We wanted to try something new with the Behavioral Summer Camp. Anyone familiar with the Family/Parenting Help market will probably have noticed how everyone else always seems to request that children just get dropped off to be “fixed,” instead of helping families address the root cause. We felt this was a problem because while changes may occur in children attending camp, without providing parents a definitive plan and ongoing support, the child will ultimately revert to their previous behaviors by going back to the environment that helped create them.”

So as a welcome breath of fresh air, the Behavioral Summer Camp instead works with both the child and parents to develop a plan unique to each family, then provides weekly support to ensure success and long term change. The Parent Help Center chose to make this move because families were wasting precious time and money, with no real change or results. Other camps antiquated methods only serve to increase frustration both with children and parents, and does not support legitimate change. This camp was developed to restore peace to families, and help them love one another again. .

Glenn Ellison, also said “We want to give our customers a sense of unity and empowerment. With the Behavioral Summer Camp, they have a fresh new possibility, and one where each family feels supported.”

The Parent Help Center has been in business for 22 years, being established in 2000. Since Day 1 it has always aimed to empower parents to raise respectful, productive children, to strengthen the community, country, and the world, and to change the way parents deal with and effectively correct, children’s bad behavior and attitudes.

The Behavioral Summer Camp is now available at

For further information about The Parent Help Center, please visit

The Parent Help Center
The Parent Help Center
[email protected]
16844 Ethel Road

United States

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