8.4.21 Public Class Recording and Handouts

Lesson Details

Today’s fast-paced world demands a lot from parents and children. We find ourselves caught up in the busy demands of work, school, and sports. And we forget to take a moment to be together as a family. 

Learn 5 simple, mindful habits you and your family can weave into daily routines to bond, relieve stress, and feel happier. After this class, you will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to respond effectively to stress in the moment.
  • Teach these practices to children, from toddlers to high school students.
  • Apply tools to use when children demonstrate challenging behaviors.
  • Make healthier choices with your time and energy to increase family connection.

Course Lessons

Today’s fast-paced world demands a lot from parents and children. We find ourselves caught up in the busy demands of work, school, and sports. And we forget to take a moment to be together as a family. 

Learn 5 simple, mindful habits you and your family can weave into daily routines to bond, relieve stress, and feel happier. After this class, you will be able to:

  • Apply strategies to respond effectively to stress in the moment.
  • Teach these practices to children, from toddlers to high school students.
  • Apply tools to use when children demonstrate challenging behaviors.
  • Make healthier choices with your time and energy to increase family connection.

Husky Health: I Get So Annoyed!

Lesson Details

It is easy to get frustrated with young children. This class will help you understand how your behavior influences your child’s behavior. You will gain tools to help you manage your irritation. 

You will be able to: 

  • Recognize triggers that lead to irritation 
  • Apply easy brain-calming practices 
  • Build routines that help you respond more calmly to challenging behaviors. 

Course Lessons

It is easy to get frustrated with young children. This class will help you understand how your behavior influences your child’s behavior. You will gain tools to help you manage your irritation. 

You will be able to: 

  • Recognize triggers that lead to irritation 
  • Apply easy brain-calming practices 
  • Build routines that help you respond more calmly to challenging behaviors.