Supporting Parents With Expert Tools
I believe that all children come into this world full of goodness. They want to please, to share, to help, to cooperate.
We know that children need to feel securely connected to their parents in order to thrive. However, various situations may arise beyond a child's control that can erode his/her sense of connection. His/her goodness may temporarily take a backseat and behaviors such as aggression, whining, withdrawing and defiance may take over!
Fortunately, once we understand what drives these behaviors, our connection with our children can skillfully be restored. The overall result is happier children. Parents, too, feel less stress and increased satisfaction as a parent.