Online Parenting Course: Managing Your Child’s Moods and Behaviors
Did you know when your child acts out her most problematic moods and behaviors, that’s actually her incredibly wise way of communicating with you? In this course, Lisa Dion, licensed professional counselor and registered play therapist, will teach you how to use the insights of modern neuroscience to better understand and shape your children’s moods and behaviors. This course normally costs $99 and includes video lectures, experiential exercises and easy to implement parenting techniques. But we’re offering the course for just $59.
- Why understanding your child’s nervous system will help you be a better parent.
- Powerful techniques to understand tantrums and misbehavior.
- The ability to clearly understand what your child is trying to communicate when they are misbehaving.
- Techniques for helping your child manage their own nervous system and reduce problematic behaviors.
- Easy to implement strategies to make you a more effective and attuned parent.
- Powerful experiential exercises to help you deal with the challenges of parenting.
- And much more!
In these online parenting classes, Lisa makes the growing field of neuroscience accessible and relevant to parents of all backgrounds. This course caters to both experienced and new parents, and will help parents manage toddler tantrums, teenagers getting in trouble, or just the everyday stresses of parenting. Parents will leave with this course with a powerful new perspective on parenting. Find out more details about the course by Clicking here.
Register Now, and get this $99 class for just $59!
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Play is the primary language of children. During play therapy, kids create play that resembles the difficult experiences they struggle with internally. When facilitated by a trained play therapist, the play becomes focused on the purposes of emotional healing. When supported by parents, the outcome is healing for the whole family. Click here to sign up for our Parent Enewsletter for monthly tips on how you can support your child (and yourself).