How to teach your child self control
Self control is an attribute that predicts success in school, work, relationships – life. Here’s how to teach self-control to kids.
When Teens Get it Wrong – How to Manage Teen Behaviour in Ways that Nurture Growth
All teenagers get it wrong sometimes. As parents, it’s important that we understand how to balance a strong emotional connection with solid boundaries to nurture their growth.
When Kids silliness becomes too much
(3:53 mins) Is your child’s silliness affecting your lives?
Learn if it’s okay to use screen-time as a digital reward or punishment tool.
(6:25 mins) Learn if it’s okay to use screen-time as a digital reward or punishment tool.
What’s your biggest cup?
Learn about your families basic human needs and explore each person’s unique “needs profile”. Find out more by watching the 'Guiding Behaviour with the Phoenix Cups' course here.
Why sharing is a big deal and what to do instead when your little one refuses
(4:13 mins) The title says it all! Let's talk about why making kids share isn't a big deal and how to practice genuine empathy at home.
Using Music to Express Emotion
Music Therapist Allison talks about the importance of teaching children (and ourselves as adults) to move emotions so that we can better deal with them. Music is one of the…
Why most punishment doesn’t work
(4:11 mins) Are you struggling with consequences that simply don't work? Do you find yourself relying on punishment that, in the end, feels useless and make you seem like the "bad guy"? Learn why most punishment does not work and be free of the parenting guilt we often mix with using ineffective punishment.
How to use evidence based punishment techniques
(6:29 mins) Let's have a chat about what punishment actually means in the world of behaviour science. By looking at examples of real punishment that we use daily without noticing can draw a light onto how punishment doesn't have to be the enemy.
How to manage tantrums in public
(6:28 mins) Learn how to gently support your child's tantrums in public without feeling ashamed or the "bad guy"!
Why boys behaviour is their language
(3:25 mins) Does your son tend to go straight to anger? Here’s why.