The Raising Lions Method is a proven, simple path to real change.

 
 

Much of modern parenting teaches that children misbehave because something is wrong with their thinking. Joe Newman's approach begins with the understanding that children's behavior is motivated by logical, sometimes sophisticated thinking. Using the Raising Lions Method parents and teachers help children develop self-motivated harmonious relationships at home and in school.

Raising Lions teaches why children do what they do and gives you the tools to help them control their own behavior and become stronger, happier and more successful participants in their world.

Designed From the Inside Out:
About Joe

Most people who work in schools do so because they had a good experience at school themselves. Joe Newman went back to the classroom at 29 having taken much of his 20's undoing the scars of growing up with the identify of "broken."   

Consequently, Joe does not see children as broken and came back to them and you with a path to wholeness and the joy of harnessing potential.

 

 

 

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Knowledge and insight about why children do what they do is the first step toward change, but knowledge and insights alone are often difficult to put into action during difficult moments.  

This is why Joe teaches straightforward, concrete actions and language to use  to change the relationships bewtween adults and children.  Raising Lions Behavior Consulting offers hands-on coaching, scripts, and clear action plans for parents and teachers. 

 

Click left to purchase Joe's book, "Raising Lions, The Art of Compassionate Discipline."  Watch the testimonial video above to learn how Joe's work has positively changed the life of "Modern Family" star Ed O'Neill.

I sincerely believe that crossing paths with Joe Newman saved my daughter and my family as a whole.
— Stacy L., Parent
Joe guided us through his method and brought sanity to our lives!
Before you put your child on another medication, try Joe Newman’s simple but revolutionary method.
— Claudia B. Parent
Newman takes a courageous position with his book and in his work to make the changes that others are afraid to make.
— Neil Brown, Psychotherapist
One of the best books on child-rearing I’ve ever read. Newman describes a cultural shift that has reinforced anxiety and behavior disorders in children by negating parental authority.
— Barry Michels, Psychotherapist and NYT Bestselling Author of "The Tools"