What type of child is this approach effective for?
Despite how too good to be true this sounds, The Stoplight Approach is effective for every single type. (That's right : Every. Single. One.) Whether your children are known as the "problem children" or the "perfect children", whether your children have special needs or not, whether your children are biological, adopted, or fostered; The Stoplight Approach works. Don't believe us? Try it yourself.
Will this approach work even if I don't work with or have children?
Yes. Despite not working with or having any children of your own, The Stoplight Approach will help you understand yourself and give you the tools to help you improve your relationships with your family, friends, and co-workers.
What scientific research is this backed by?
The Stoplight Approach is supported by (and subsequently supports) countless scientific research and academic articles, and therefore can be trusted. This includes up-to-date research done by: Dr. Karyn Purvis, Dr. David Cross, Dr. Becky Bailey, Dr. Bruce Perry, Dr. Daniel Siegel, Dr. Bryan Post.
Why is it called "The Stoplight Approach"?
It's quite simple. The brain is organized into three main components: The Brain Stem, the Limbic System, and the Neocortex. Using simple colour association, we have called the Brain Stem "Red Brain", the Limbic System "Yellow Brain", and the Neocortex "Green Brain", to make it as easy as possible for children even as young as 4 years old to understand this approach.
What if I buy a training product and am disappointed with it?
On the off chance that you are unsatisfied with The Stoplight Approach, we are happy to give a full refund to the same credit card with which your products were purchased. (This does not apply to training seminars.)
Is Stoplight a non-profit organization?
Yes! The Stoplight Approach International Association is a registered society in British Columbia, Canada. In British Columbia all not-for-profit (non-profit) corporations are legally 'societies' and are governed by the Societies Act of British Columbia. Additionally, with the oversight of The Great Commission Foundation (GCF) the Stoplight Approach is able to operate as a registered charity, offering tax deductible receipts to our donors and maintaining compliance with the Canadian government's legal requirements.