ADHD Webinar: How to Stay Calm When Your Child Acts Up — Strategies for the Difficult Child with Kirk Martin
Kirk Martin answers all of your questions about how to address behavior and discipline challenges in your ADHD child.
Kirk Martin, founder of www.CelebrateCalm.com, has helped more than 300,000 parents and teachers tackle the most challenging behavior issues -- defiance, disrespect, bullying, sibling fights -- with specific, concrete strategies that work in everday situations. Martin has worked with 1,500 children with ADHD over 10 years. His strategies will help stop meltdowns, tantrums, power struggles, and yelling. You can reach Kirk Martin at kirk@CelebrateCalm.com.
In his How to Stay Calm When Your Child Acts Up — Strategies for the Difficult Child Webinar, Kirk Martin addresses your questions about...
- How parents can step back and control their emotions before addressing their kid's behavior
- Strategies for providing structure and rules when working with your child on his or her behavior
- Developing actions instead of words to help your child when s/he misbehaves
- Productive ways to improve the morning routine for younger and older children
- How to use praise to help improve your child's behavior
- Plus, receive access to the slides accompanying Kirk Martin's Webinar
Read what people are saying about Kirk Martin's Webinar...
- "Thank you for the wonderful tips and great insight in addressing behavioral challenges in ADHD kids. Kirk provided us parents with excellent language to use with our kids during the stressful times when we're more prone to yell!"
- "Kirk Martin's suggestions are interesting, creative, doable, and full of possibility. Thank you, Kirk, for your generosity in offering us your unbeatable tips!"
- "What an informative and helpful webinar! The specific techniques for parents that Kirk provided were gold! I'm definitely going to share this webinar with my spouse!"
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