9.13.21 Public Class Recording and Handouts

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Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?  

You are not alone.  

During this workshop, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.  

Join us for this interactive, engaging workshop to gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want - cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Course Lessons

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience?  

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy?  

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way?  

You are not alone.  

During this workshop, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straightforward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship.  

Join us for this interactive, engaging workshop to gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want – cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Husky Health: Parenting Teens: Effective Discipline

Lesson Details

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

Course Lessons

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

Husky Health: Positive Discipline for Peace At Home

Lesson Details

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience? 

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy? 

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way? 

You are not alone. 

In this class, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straight-forward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. 

Gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want - cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Course Lessons

Are you raising your voice too often and wishing for more patience? 

Are you concerned that you are too strict or too easy? 

Do you sometimes think there must be a better way? 

You are not alone. 

In this class, you will discover myths that keep parents repeating ineffective discipline techniques that can actually increase misbehavior. You will learn evidence-based, straight-forward strategies that increase and sustain child compliance, support child self-worth and strengthen your parent-child relationship. 

Gain the simple, practical tools you need to raise the children you really want – cooperative, confident and connected positively with family and friends.

Husky Health: How to Take the Stress Out of Parenting

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Parent stress has dramatically increased since the start of the pandemic, but children's essential needs haven't really changed.

Parents are less stressed when they recognize myths that may cause family conflict and understand what's most important to help raise thriving, cooperative children. And, good news, kids are more cooperative when they feel positively connected with their parents.

This class will help you understand and apply:

  • Communication skills that build strong parent-child connections
  • Parent behaviors that help kids cope with stress and develop self-control
  • Effective discipline approaches that reduce misbehavior and increase cooperation.

Course Lessons

Parent stress has dramatically increased since the start of the pandemic, but children’s essential needs haven’t really changed.

Parents are less stressed when they recognize myths that may cause family conflict and understand what’s most important to help raise thriving, cooperative children. And, good news, kids are more cooperative when they feel positively connected with their parents.

This class will help you understand and apply:

  • Communication skills that build strong parent-child connections
  • Parent behaviors that help kids cope with stress and develop self-control
  • Effective discipline approaches that reduce misbehavior and increase cooperation.

7.19.21 Public Class Recording and Handout

Lesson Details

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

Course Lessons

Parents often think that if you figure out what punishment will make your child miserable enough, they will then cooperate. You may be surprised to learn that research has shown that this is a myth. You can sometimes scare or threaten your child into following directions but you will not get improved behavior in the long run. This class will help you recognize the difference between discipline and punishment. You will also gain 5 practical strategies to teach discipline to your tween or teen. 

03.18.21 CVS Class Recording & Handout

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Some children display behaviors that challenge and sometimes defeat parents and other caregivers. Your child may often refuse to follow directions or scream, swear, hit and even throw objects. This Roundtable Discussion will help you recognize why children may behave this way and why punishment isn't helping and may actually do harm. After this class you will be able to:

* Recognize root causes of children's challenging behaviors
* Apply effective ways to help children calm their brains
* Identify and make plans to repair lagging social skills
* Address unsolved problems that lead to harmful behavior
* Identify ideas from the latest research that create room for strong, healthy relationships

Course Lessons

Some children display behaviors that challenge and sometimes defeat parents and other caregivers. Your child may often refuse to follow directions or scream, swear, hit and even throw objects. This Roundtable Discussion will help you recognize why children may behave this way and why punishment isn’t helping and may actually do harm. After this class you will be able to:

* Recognize root causes of children’s challenging behaviors
* Apply effective ways to help children calm their brains
* Identify and make plans to repair lagging social skills
* Address unsolved problems that lead to harmful behavior
* Identify ideas from the latest research that create room for strong, healthy relationships

04.06.21 MIT Class Recording & Handouts

Lesson Details

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors?
Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration?

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work? You are not alone. This class will help put your mind at ease when you understand why these behaviors are typical at this stage of development.

Participants will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to help your child manage their impulses
  • Recognize ways you can manage your own distress when challenging behaviors occur
  • Apply positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors
  • Develop and apply positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors

Course Lessons

Does your child have meltdowns when you try to limit behaviors?
Is your little one suddenly hitting or biting others in frustration?

Have you tried to resolve these challenging behaviors, and nothing seems to work? You are not alone. This class will help put your mind at ease when you understand why these behaviors are typical at this stage of development.

Participants will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to help your child manage their impulses
  • Recognize ways you can manage your own distress when challenging behaviors occur
  • Apply positive discipline approaches to help children recover from aggressive behaviors
  • Develop and apply positive routines that reduce intensely emotional and aggressive behaviors

School Refusal: What’s Important? Phase 2

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Positive Discipline for Children with ADHD: Understand Your Child’s Brain

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Parents of children with ADHD consistently report high levels of stress and frustration. This class will help you manage your own stress and increase your child's cooperation. At the end of this class, you will be able to:

  • Understand the latest insights into what research says about what ADHD is and isn't and how it impacts your child's ability to cooperate
  • Recognize the importance of managing your own stress and apply simple strategies to be your child's calm center.

Course Lessons

Parents of children with ADHD consistently report high levels of stress and frustration. This class will help you manage your own stress and increase your child’s cooperation. At the end of this class, you will be able to:

  • Understand the latest insights into what research says about what ADHD is and isn’t and how it impacts your child’s ability to cooperate
  • Recognize the importance of managing your own stress and apply simple strategies to be your child’s calm center.

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Phase 2

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