“How to Stay Calm When Your Child Acts Up” [podcast episode #6]

Listen to “How to Stay Calm When Your Child Acts Up” with Kirk Martin

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In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, find out how to take a step again and keep an eye on your feelings, methods for offering regulations and structure to your child, growing movements as a substitute of phrases when your child misbehaves, the use of the facility of praise to enhance your child’s conduct, and more with Kirk Martin.

In this episode, learn: 

  • How oldsters can step back and keep an eye on their emotions ahead of addressing their kid’s habits
  • Strategies for providing structure and rules when running with your child on his or her habits
  • Developing movements as an alternative of words to lend a hand your child when s/he misbehaves
  • Productive ways to fortify the morning regimen for younger and older children
  • How to use reward to help toughen your child’s habits

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This ADHD Experts webinar was once first broadcast survive February 12, 2013.

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