There's no place like home. So why not learn in the comfort of your own home. We have introduced ONLINE WEBINARS to our services list so that anyone can learn, anywhere, any time.
Our online workshops have several topics to choose from and all of them come with certification that can be used towards professional development, parenting education as well as for course certification. These simple, fun and informative sessions come with a FREE webinar booklet that you can keep that has all the info we discuss as well as examples and tips.
There is a lot of information out there and it can be really difficult to sift through it all. Many of my clients say that they have read all the books and searched online for answers but none of it works. They want someone to tell them the most efficient way to get the solutions. This is wear an Early Childhood Consultant that specializes in children's behaviour, discipline and development, can make a HUGE difference.
Our website offers information on all of our SERVICES as well as free resources and reading. There are many topics covered on our RESOURCES page that are relevant to parenting, the early years, education, coaching and much more.
Work-life balance is off kilter for many parents. The balance just isn't there and knowing that it's out of balance adds more stress! The un-predictable nature of caring for children as well as other responsibilities such as working or running a household, makes 'balancing' responsibilities nearly impossible. Sometimes we don't even realize what is happening and become totally unaware of the impact until it's really bad.
The good news is, it's never too late to turn things around! The toll this level of stress takes on our mind, body and relationships is extremely high. Prevention is key when it comes to the feeling of 'burnout'. There's no clear path as to how long or how intense the stress has to be but rather the feeling of overwhelm that becomes unbearable to manage. Sometimes this is also called, caregiver fatigue. Many people experience this and it's perfectly natural however.......
You wouldn't reward a child's bad behaviour with a chocolate bar would you? That's an obvious one but did you know that by NOT correcting the child's behaviour properly, it's the same as rewarding them for it? Disciplining a child and correcting their behaviour is not the same thing. In fact, children rarely get their behaviour corrected which is how they learn.
There is big controversy around punishing and spanking children and the long term psychological effects it may have. There is also confusion around consequences and timeouts that leaves most parents frazzled even more cause they don't seem to stop the behaviour. How a parent disciplines their child is a very personal decision. it is based on many factors such as.....
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