Most parents feel pressured to have perfectly behaved children. The pressure comes from well-meaning family, teachers, and from strangers in the form of judgmental stares. The pressure heightens when our children have difficult behavioral habits with which we have yet to find a way to cope.
In this talk we will accomplish the following:
Assist you in understanding what constitutes normal “difficult” behavior.
Provide interventions to help children shift their challenging behavior.
Examine using routines, rules, and rituals to prevent difficult behavior.
Provide ample time for Q & A that addresses the specific needs of the attendees.
Call La Piazza to register: 305-448-8885