What if you could get your kids to WANT to cooperate? No yelling, no struggles? Join us to find out how with Noel Janis Norton.
Posts Tagged ‘behavior’
Learn how to reframe your approach in relationships using brain science and proven techniques to take the power struggle out. Strengthen all your relationships by learning about reflective listening. This is about “you, me and we.”
Wynne Tyree, from the research firm Smarty Pants, is here to share a large study of kids 6-17 and the shifts that have occurred (and continue to occur) in children’s lives since COVID and how, as parents, we can use this research to understand our children better and find ways to course correct.
Tired of asking kids something 12 times before they comply? Overwhelmed because your kid can’t seem to do anything by themselves? Yelling to get them to listen? It doesn’t have to be this way. UK parenting expert and renowned author, of the Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting series, Noel Janis Norton, is here to lay it out and leave our families calmer, easier, and happier all around.
When faced with adversity, how can we train our brains not to sink, but swim? And how can we teach that to our children? Join us for this free discussion with Dr. Zelana Montminy, renowned psychologist, behavioral scientist, and author of 21 Days to Resilience, to ask questions and get answers.
Joseph Newman, author of Raising Lions, challenges us to re-examine our interactions and relationships with children, re-think the root causes of behavior problems and find new ways to support healthy, happy development. In this session, he will provide specific, non-punitive ways for parents to help their kids, and to improve a parent-child relationship.
Talking back? Whining? Disobedience? Rudeness? Sound familiar??? 3-6 year-olds can really bring on the disrespect. Thank goodness we’ve got parenting guru Betsy Brown Braun to help us guide them back on track. It’s not too late!
The Mother Company’s CEO and Founder, Abbie Schiller discusses ways in which to use limited choices to limit the struggles at home.