Time to take your skills to the
next level with these parenting resources!
BUILDING A HAPPY NEST:
LEARN HOW TO STOP “BAD” BEHAVIOR AND GET YOUR CHILD TO LISTEN
This parenting course is packed full of proven child therapist strategies and techniques to build a strong parental foundation and help you tackle any of your child’s behaviors.
8 STEPS TO GETTING YOUR “STUBBORN” CHILD TO LISTEN
Get your child to start listening to you and doing what you say within just a few weeks.
This e-Book is a 26-page intensive step-by-step guide that walks you through proven child therapist strategies for getting your child to listen better.
It contains more advanced techniques so that you can dramatically improve your child’s listening skills, even if you consider that child to be “stubborn.”
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO DEALING WITH TEMPER TANTRUMS
Prevent future meltdowns.
Learn how to manage tantrums in the moment.
And drastically reduce the overall amount of your child’s temper tantrums.
… all within a few weeks.
This 91-page e-Book is a step-by-step guide that walks you through over 20 proven child therapist strategies for dealing with temper tantrums.
Other Recommended Resources
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Positive Parenting Solutions – Course
This parenting course/education program covers so many different topics to help you improve your child’s listening and behavior using positive techniques. The course even has some helpful bonus features (I found the potty training lesson to be super helpful!). It’s a little bit of an investment, but they offer a great FREE webinar that you can get started with here.
Oh, Crap! Potty Training – Book
I took a webinar from the author of this book before I began potty training my two-year-old, and her tips and tricks worked like a charm! If you’re thinking about potty training your child soon, I highly recommend you check out this book.
Your Defiant Child – Book
While studying behavior management and learning how to train parents on parenting, I learned a lot from the clinicians’ manual form of this book. Therefore, if you’re dealing with a “defiant child,” especially one who’s been diagnosed with ADHD or ODD, I highly recommend this book.