9.9.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Course Lessons

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

8.10.21 CVS Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

Was your child once a good eater, and now they refuse to eat almost anything? This Flash Class is for you. Picky eating typically emerges in the first three years and can quickly turn into a power struggle. You will gain an understanding of why children become picky eaters, how you can prevent these behaviors, and tips for setting mealtime limits. 

Course Lessons

Was your child once a good eater, and now they refuse to eat almost anything? This Flash Class is for you. Picky eating typically emerges in the first three years and can quickly turn into a power struggle. You will gain an understanding of why children become picky eaters, how you can prevent these behaviors, and tips for setting mealtime limits. 

8.10.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

Lesson Details

Course Lessons

04.27.21 MIT Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Family meals are associated with school success, lower rates of teen problems and an assortment of positive outcomes. Yet, parents find it hard to keep consistent mealtimes and often mistakenly use feeding and mealtimes to try to enforce healthy eating through unhealthy means. This class will provide parents best practices for feeding children that support both health and family connections.

Course Lessons

Family meals are associated with school success, lower rates of teen problems and an assortment of positive outcomes. Yet, parents find it hard to keep consistent mealtimes and often mistakenly use feeding and mealtimes to try to enforce healthy eating through unhealthy means. This class will provide parents best practices for feeding children that support both health and family connections.

CVS EAT, PLAY, SLEEP: Help Infants Grow into Cooperative Kids

Lesson Details

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Learn how to survive these important years while strengthening your parent-child relationship and your child’s self-worth and well-being.

Course Lessons

Brain research tells us that how we behave as parents during the first 5 years of life will strongly influence outcomes for our children. In this class, you will learn how to support your babies and toddlers throughout the day with positive routines. 

  • Learn about the inborn drives that support young children to learn family routines
  • Recognize clear answers to the questions, What’s my job as a parent?  How do I create routines that work?
  • Apply simple, practical strategies to increase cooperation and strengthen your positive connection with your child

Learn how to survive these important years while strengthening your parent-child relationship and your child’s self-worth and well-being.

Mealtimes: End the Power Struggle PHASE 2

Lesson Details

Course Lessons

Picky eating: Make Mealtimes Enjoyable Again

Lesson Details

Was your child once a good eater, and now they refuse to eat almost anything? This Flash Class is for you. Picky eating typically emerges in the first three years and can quickly turn into a power struggle. You will gain an understanding of why children become picky eaters, how you can prevent these behaviors, and tips for setting mealtime limits.  

Course Lessons

Was your child once a good eater, and now they refuse to eat almost anything? This Flash Class is for you. Picky eating typically emerges in the first three years and can quickly turn into a power struggle. You will gain an understanding of why children become picky eaters, how you can prevent these behaviors, and tips for setting mealtime limits.  

Breast and Bottle: The Joy and the Challenge Phase 2

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Course Lessons

Learn Baby’s Needs: Eat, Play, Sleep

Lesson Details

New babies are driven to eat, play, and sleep throughout the day – it’s how they grow.  Sounds simple but balancing your work with new baby’s needs can be challenging, especially when you are working from home.  During your leave you adapted to your new baby’s needs and now feel a special bond that you don’t want to compromise as you return to work.  Consider important ways that you can create balance and not give up your special relationship to your new baby.

In this class you will: 

  • Learn about the baby-caregiver attachment
  • Appreciate the value of support from partners, family, and friends
  • Recognize the three keys to striking balance: getting organized, creating routines, and communicating

Course Lessons

New babies are driven to eat, play, and sleep throughout the day – it’s how they grow.  Sounds simple but balancing your work with new baby’s needs can be challenging, especially when you are working from home.  During your leave you adapted to your new baby’s needs and now feel a special bond that you don’t want to compromise as you return to work.  Consider important ways that you can create balance and not give up your special relationship to your new baby.

In this class you will: 

  • Learn about the baby-caregiver attachment
  • Appreciate the value of support from partners, family, and friends
  • Recognize the three keys to striking balance: getting organized, creating routines, and communicating