Helping Your Children Sleep
When infants are quite young, they need to wake several times in the night, eat, and be reassured that their parents are close and all is well in their world.
Must Parents Be Consistent?
How can we tell when it’s important to be consistent, and when it’s not? I think that the consistency our children need lies in our ability to think about each situation flexibly.
3 Tools to Stop the Hitting
Odd as it may seem, children who hit are children who are afraid. The fears that cause trouble for a child who hits usually have their roots in some frightening experience earlier in her life.
What To Do When Your Toddler Bites
Many toddlers go through a “biting stage.” They bite their Mommies and Daddies, or they bite other children.
Help for Picky Eaters
When you have a picky eater, the problem isn’t so much with food, it’s with your child’s feelings about food.
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Are power struggles with your child leaving you annoyed or exhausted? Are you wondering why your child just can’t seem to listen? In the three weeks of this step-by-step program, you’ll learn how to set warm, firm limits.
Eight-week intensive course in Parenting by Connection, designed for psychologists, licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, doctors, nurses, members of the clergy, and parent outreach workers. Your choice of class sessions. 20 CEUs. Course fee $650. Fall sessions begin in October.
Join Certified Parenting by Connection Instructors, Kathy Gordon and Kristen Volk, to learn different ways of thinking about the challenge of parenting children with special needs. This free parenting call will provide techniques to address the unique challenges and stressors in raising children who are specially abled and how you can build support for yourself and your family.