Decreasing Tantrums.. Even Those Most Challenging Ones

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Confused by sensory terms, and how they relate to your child? This free workbook will end that confusion and get you started on the right path towards truly understanding your child’s sensory system.

If there is one thing I love, it’s hearing another parent sigh in relief as they feel understood, validated, and confident in knowing how to address their child’s needs. If that is what you are looking for, welcome and I can’t wait to get started! Choose from the packages below and let’s address this behavior once and for all!

We all have visions of our kids being responsible, respectable, and reasonable humans. None of that happens when a kid refuses to listen. Every day can seem like an uphill battle to get kids to do even the most simple things. Timeouts don’t work, bribing gets expensive, and the constant yelling or nagging is simply exhausting. This workshop shows you a better way.

Parent Perspective

As parents we fall victim to the pressures of other people’s criticisms and judgement, ESPECIALLY when it comes to dealing with sensory kids. Should we push harder? Are we pushing too hard? How do I support sensory without giving in to my child’s every whim?
If parents could just take a step back, free themselves from the outside pressures, tune in to intuition, and approach sensory at a slightly different angle, everything starts to make sense. The worry and stress turns into clarity and confidence. The power struggles turn into cooperation. It all starts with the right mindset.

Understanding Behavior

All behavior is a form of communication. It’s true! There is ALWAYS a way to find out what is being communicated.
 For sensory kids, that communication typically points to a few things; a sensory need that is not being met, a need for consistency, or a skill that is lacking. Meeting those needs and teaching those skills is as simple as taking a step back and looking at the situation from a different perspective, then approaching it in a way that doesn’t cause power struggles, supports sensory needs, and teaches life skills that will be useful for the rest of their life.

Sensory Processing

Is it sensory or is it just my kid being weird, picky, quirky, or stubborn? Read through the posts here to find out more about why your kid is doing/avoiding certain things, has different routines/habits, and what you can do to support those.

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About Wendy Bertagnole

Wendy is a mother of three with a background in Early Childhood Education and Special Education. She believes all behavior is a form of communication and teaches parents how to uncover that communication in a way that is simple and sustainable. 

 

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