Meltdowns, Tantrums and Whining, Oh My!
Spending more time with children at home and in need of new strategies for responding to emotional outbursts? This upcoming informative webinar will offer insight and tips to support you in supporting your young child's big feelings
Director of Program Support
Join us for a free recorded webinar with Lisa Kathleen to gain a better understanding of what causes big feelings in your child, suggestions for how to respond, and resources to support you along the way.
-Understand what causes meltdowns, tantrums, and whining.
-Help your young child learn to manage big feelings in healthy ways.
-Learn to set firm and clear limits with kindness.
-Balance necessary discipline with respect for your child’s experience.
Lisa Kathleen is a member of the Prepared Montessorian training team. She is an AMI-trained Montessori elementary guide and a parenting coach and parent educator with over 20 years of experience working with hundreds of families. Lisa Kathleen is passionate about Montessori and passionate about parenting. Her work with parents is upbeat, powerful, and engaging.
Kelli Harran is the Director of Program Support at Higher Ground Education.
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