Community Support Group

The Community Support Group is a bridge to understanding the “whole child” and the fact that we all learn differently as reflected in our Different Abilities Development Model. The group was established in 2008 to introduce parents and educators to the work of Dr. Ross W. Greene and his approach for working with children who exhibit behavioral challenges entitled Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS), formerly known as Collaborative Problem Solving. A subsequent goal of The Community Support Group is to provide information about practices in progressive education that foster academic success while considering the social-emotional well-being of our children. Learn more or register for a Community Support Group membership.

Kids Who Fall Through the Cracks

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This interactive presentation challenges the one-size-fits-all approach to learning and behavior. We will discuss Kids Who Fall Through The Cracks and the importance of “whole-child” practices that enables students to find personal meaning in learning, grow at their developmental pace, and cultivate a feeling of self-worth for who they are and how they learn. Attendees […]

CPS Basics Overview

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Please join us for our Community Support Group this month with Dr. Lisa LoPinto who will review key components of the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach developed by Dr. Ross W. Greene to assist families and schools in working with young people to solve problems and build skills, minimizing challenging behavior. We will expand […]

Lives in the Balance Virtual Annual Summit

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Dr. Ross W. Greene is the originator of the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) approach for working with young people to solve problems and build skills. His organization, Lives in the Balance, offers a virtual annual summit. This year’s Summit features keynote speakers, Brooklyn Raney, Found and Lead Trainer at One Trusted Adult and Carla […]