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Description of Presentation Does your preschooler go from 0 to 100 in 2 seconds? Do you worry about aggression during tantrums? Barlow looks at the causes of explosive episodes and helps families to identify whether their child’s episodes are typical or something more. She then discusses dos and don’ts to help parents manage future episodes. […]
Description of Presentation Why can’t your child just behave? The lens you use to view your child’s behavior has vast implications for your reaction and the way you help your child. If you’re frustrated because you’ve tried everything you can think of to prevent those dramatic meltdowns and it seems like nothing at all sets […]
Description of Presentation Does your child struggle with impulsive behavior and/or aggression? Does your child act before they think? Don Caserta, LISW-S gives an overview of several behavior management strategies, including: Conducting antecedent-behavior-consequence (A-B-C) analysis Using effective commands Providing positive reinforcement Helping students use the “Four Whats” to look at their behaviors Designing data recording/reinforcement […]
Description of Presentation: Does emotional intensity go hand-in-hand with giftedness? Meghan Barlow, PhD, of Meghan Barlow and Associates, discusses why gifted children may have more extreme emotional reactions, explosions, and anxieties. Dr. Barlow provides a perspective to help families understand how their child’s intensities can be framed as strengths, tips on how families can prevent […]
Sometimes when we hear terms like “behavior management,” we think about kids with “behavior problems.” Really, all kids benefit from behavior management because all kids need to learn how to behave. Some kids learn a little more quickly than others and with less work from their parents. Here are a few tips for managing your […]