Founder of Stop Parenting Alone explains how to help your children feel emotionally safe during a hurricane.
There are two questions that parents always ask about their children that causes them to make mistakes. If you stop debating about these questions, you will be better able to choose how to manage your child.
First, stop wondering if the emotion your child is expressing is the "right" feeling for the moment. Feelings are not fact. Feelings are …
I have lost track of how many times I have cried and simultaneously been inspired due to the events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in Parkland, FL. The school is close to home. I live in Miami. That morning I knew that many parents would be reaching out to me wondering how to best help their children.
Have a toddler? Don’t know when to introduce the potty? Watch this Video and get some tips on what to expect.
The top question at our space is how to manage difficult behavior in young children. This video gives you a quick answer.
In case you missed our FB Live talk on Getting Ready for Kinder... here it is!
Learn how to help your child transition into kindergarten with child development expert Lina Acosta Sandaal, M.A., LMFT and occupational therapist Nicole Santamaria, OTR/L.
Sleep deprivation is a big culprit for challenging behavior in children. If you want a ready to learn student make sure they are sleeping well. Follow the instructions in this video to get your kids back on track with their sleep routine
Every December at my center parents ask me how to not spoil their children and how to manage the gift giving frenzy of the holidays. The follow are the answers to the most popular parent questions during the holiday:
How many gifts should we give our kids?
Many parents have questions about how their kids can learn to socialize. The following questions come up frequently at our center: