Ask the Expert:
Strategies to improve your child's behavior
Is taking your kids to the playground a struggle?
Do you have a battle in the back seat of every car ride?
Can't get the kids to stop playing video games or put down their phone?
This new, affordable once-a-month, interactive group is ideal for families who are experiencing difficulty managing some aspect of their children's behavior. The discussion can address challenges like toilet training and sleep issues, to traveling with children - whether it's a short car ride or a journey on a plane or train - and provide tips for making each of these challenges less of a struggle. For example, if "Fortnite" is taking over your child's waking hours, the topic of how to moderate online gaming and media consumption and encourage alternative play could be discussed, or if getting your child to eat healthy foods is a problem, diet can be a focus.
Participants will bring their own behavior topics of concern and questions to address, and the moderator will help parents and caregivers.
The group is held on Wednesdays at the Center for Developing Minds and upcoming meeting times include:
September 26, 7:00-8:00 pm
October 3, 11:00 am-noon
For families experiencing a variety of, or more significant, behavior challenges, additional private sessions with our behavior experts can be scheduled. To register, please contact the clinic. For more details, see the link here: Ask the Expert Session