BeTr parenting skills

Success in today‚Äôs competitive world requires parents and foster parents who create positive environments and earn the discretionary effort of their children.    For more information please click here.

Parenting and Foster Parenting

Parenting is the toughest job in the world.  You are on call 24 x 7 and each phone call after midnight please click here.

Bob Wright, PhD, RN
Patrick BUffa

"Train for Excellence..."  Where your children are concerned would you train for anything else?  Our goal is to provide you with the best and most understandable training in Behavior Transitioning skills.  "Train for Life" Life has several meanings. One is to train to provide a better life for your child and indeed yourself.  Life also means that other members of the family have lives to lead too.  We provide training to ensure that you know that you are empowered to managed your life as well.  Life also mean duration or the length of your life and the life of your child.  For many of our parents training may well extend for a lifetime.  BeTr programs provide you with a behavioral skills program for excellence and life.

Our mission

H3 Consultants was created by and for parents who believe that while anyone can be a parent, it takes effort to be a good one. The content on this website is compiled by our staff of editors and writers, all of whom grapple with the thrills and perils of parenting on a daily basis. Why Three H's?  Hope, Health, and Happiness.  H3 Consultants is headquartered in Orlando, Florida. H3 is a veteran owned small business.

Advisory Board

Jude Ann Wright

"Behavior is what we do... It is not what we think, feel, or believe".  

                                                                                                                         Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886)

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Special Needs Parenting

H3 Consultants offers programs targeting the needs of specific groups of parents and professionals.  The following pages show highlights of our training programs. For more information please click here.

Patrick BUffa
Avoiding the Abuse Triangle

Every person who is the object of abuse or neglect has three pieces of the triangle that must come together for the abuse or neglect to occur.  For more information please click here

Bob Wright, PhD, RN