Month: August 2015

Staylistening to get out the door

My six-year-old daughter often had difficulties with transitions, but it was difficult to predict when she might have an especially hard time. One morning, she, her nine-year-old brother, and I were doing just fine getting ready for school. However, when it was time to go out the door, she started to struggle. She couldn’t get

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Fears: Not Just for the Little Ones Replay

In this Teleseminar, Certified Instructors Anna Cole and Shelley Macy discuss fun and effective ways of working with fears your children may have and also suggest ways to work on parental fears. We’ll make some suggestions for dislodging fears, young and old, and bring perspectives to use as mini-crowbars to pry them off our minds

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Step-by-Step Approach to Intervening in an Aggressive Situation

In part one of this series we shared the insight behind why your child becomes aggressive. Now, Patty outlines the steps you can take to intervene right away. This approach works when your child is aggressive with friends, siblings, or even other adults. A Step by Step Approach to Help A Child’s Aggressive Behaviors Was this clip helpful

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Starting School Over and Over Replay

In this call, Certified Parenting by Connection Instructors Madeleine Winter and Kristen Volk answer questions on how Parenting by Connection can help your child start school with a strong and supportive emotional foundation. They focus on the Listening Tools of Special Time (for maintaining closeness through the big transition of starting school) and Staylistening (for the

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How to Handle |aggression

Patty Wipfler gently offers the steps you can take when your child is getting aggressive with a friend, a sibling, or to those around him. __________________…

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How to Set Limits With Your Child

If you’ve been struggling to set limits in a way that works over time and doesn’t lead to rebellion or tantrums, you’re in luck. You’ve finally found the solution you’ve desperately been seeking to give you the results you want to see. If you’ve ever thought to yourself “this just won’t work with my kid”,

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My Child Is Aggressive – What Should I Do?

  How Can I Handle My Child’s Aggressive Behaviors? None of the suggestions in this video with Patty Wipfler include controlling, forcing, or punishing your child. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Watch the video below and you’ll finally have that road map you always wanted for calmer parenting – even in intense moments. The

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What To Do When Your Child “Just Won’t Listen” Replay

If you’ve ever thought to yourself “life would be so much easier if I could get my child to just listen,” this is the call for you. In this free replay, Kathy Gordon addresses ways to fix the same frustrating behavior you see over and over again. She shares tools you can implement right away

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Helping Children Sleep

Join Certified Hand in Hand Parenting Instructors Maya Coleman, PhD Clinical Psychologist and Georgie Bancroft, PhD Psychology in this free parenting call, as they share stories of how parents and other carers have helped their children sleep. You will hear how families have used the Hand in Hand tools to help children overcome their sleep

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