Feel more confident in handling your child’s feelings, meltdowns and tantrums.
Our little ones aren’t born with an innate ability to calm themselves down. This skill takes years of experience along with the development of specific brain pathways, so in the meantime, it’s up to us as parents to help our kids calm themselves down.
Yet for many of us, helping our young children when they’re ‘losing it’ is one of the most challenging aspects of our roles as parents. We can often feel angry, irritated, panicked or out of our depth. Especially when these moments happen in public…
Fortunately, current research provides us with lots of helpful strategies. These simple tips can help us to feel more confident as we handle these tricky times while teaching our children important life long skills.
In this practical Advice Pack, you’ll learn how to:
- Teach your child about their feelings
- Encourage your child to express their feelings using words
- The best approach to take when your child feels upset
- Avoiding meltdowns and tantrums
- And of course, what to do when meltdowns are no longer avoidable…
As we gain confidence in how best to help, our children learn to calm down more quickly and to have fewer tantrums (a win win!)
Register now for your helpful Advice Pack. You’ll be so glad you did.
What’s Included in your Advice Pack:
- Video (32 minutes)
- MP3 Audio Version
- Printable Feelings Cards
- Printable Tip Sheet
Definitely, the best parent education I’ve ever completed and better than any of the parenting books I’d read! The practical tips, the price, the online format – all perfect. I can’t thank you enough.
With advice based on research, yet delivered with kindness, dedication and genuine warmth, I have learned so much from you. Thank you.
I went to see Kaylene present her ‘Managing Young Children’s Emotions and Meltdowns’ seminar recently. Not only is she an excellent speaker where you are hooked on every word, you can easily relate to her insight and wisdom. A must see presentation for anyone with young kids, you’ll be thanking her and her techniques every day and wishing you knew her secrets s