Encouraging GREAT Behavior in GREAT Kids, presented by Sharon R. Thetford, Psy.D., who reveals common parenting mistakes and how to fix them so that you spend less time disciplining bad behavior and more time enjoying each other as a family.
Your kids didn’t show up with an instruction manual! But there are proven techniques for making child discipline easier. The simple discipline methods that Dr. Thetford presents will guide you to make more confident parenting decisions.
If you’re having a hard time with kids who won’t listen or can’t figure out how to change their behavior without yelling, join us for some easy tips. Behavior problems don’t have to ruin the harmony of your family dynamic! Read Dr. Thetford’s full-length article, Child Discipline: Making It Easier, to learn more.
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Valuable Information You’ll Learn to Transform Your Methods for Dealing with Bad Behavior:
- How changing your definition of “discipline” makes a big difference to your approach.
- The formula for creating effective and enforceable consequences.
- How to sidestep manipulation and avoid guilt.
- One key element you must not forget.
- Effective discipline strategies, communication tips, and much more!
Meet Your Presenter:
Sharon R. Thetford, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist who chose her career while still in elementary school. She began with the intention of helping kids and found she also enjoyed counseling adults. She has been in clinical private practice serving both for 25 years. Dr. Thetford uses EMDR to work with patients who have experienced trauma and loves the results that Neurofeedback brings to cases of ADD/ADHD, anxiety, and anger issues/emotional control. She conducts 8-week parenting classes at her practice, New Objectives Psychology, Counseling & Neurofeedback Center in Altamonte Springs, where she serves as director.
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