By investing in yourself and your family now, you will discover how to:
-Reduce conflict in your home and motivate your kids to listen without ulcer-causing, blood-pressure-raising panic and yelling.
-Bring out the best in you and your child by overcoming personal limitations and developing increasing levels of competence, wisdom and emotional power.
-Gain cooperation, trust and respect by quickly diffusing even the most difficult parenting situations through understanding, acceptance and realistic expectations.
-Use effective discipline and remove the anger in order to avoid severe damage to the parent-child relationship and loss of parental control.
-Curb stress-inducing behaviors like tantrums/meltdowns, talking back and sibling rivalry while staying calm, in control, and feeling confident in your parenting skills.
-Adopt the “less-stress” approach to parenting and finally put an end to the exhausting, frustrating and draining methods that just don’t work.
Session 1: Defining Our Terms
Discover how to best understand when and how discipline is used by recognizing types of misbehavior, inappropriate behavior and behavior problems, and in turn distinguishing between negative consequences, discipline and punishment.
Session 2: Reward Systems, Rewards and Discipline
Learn what a “Target Behavior” is and what we can do as parents to encourage Target Behaviors. Plus, find out when to use positive reinforcement vs. discipine to ensure your desired outcome.
Session 3: The Process of Discipline
What role do emotions play in your ability to discipline? How does a parent’s anger or child’s anger affect the process? Create a successful structure of discipline with all of these factors in mind.
Session 4: Discipline Tools
Get a toolbox of skills to appropriately discipline toddlers, children 4 – 10 years old, children over 10, and adult children.
Session 5: Emotional and Relational Elements of Discipline
Uncover how do these factors play a role…
● Marriage and the discipline process
● Parental helplessness, fear and overwhelm …
and when discipline can make matters worse or when professional help is needed.
Session 6: Q&A
Gain insight to common questions through a live Q&A and implementation session.
About Sarah Chana Radcliffe: A registered member of the College of Psychologists of Ontario, Sarah Chana Radcliffe has been practicing marriage, parenting and individual counseling for over 40 years. Sarah Chana is a well sought after lecturer on stress management, relationships, anger management and emotional well-being. She is the author of Raise Your Kids without Raising Your Voice, The Fear Fix, Make Yourself at Home and 5 other books on family life and emotional well-being.
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