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By Susan P. Epstein

Focusing at the tricky to interact, Susan has mixed psychotherapy and training abilities to deal with Autism, ADHD, Sensory Processing problems and different physique, brain and emotional demanding situations. Susan's signature kind of artistic and enjoyable techniques gains whatever for each age group.

  • New rules to assist self-regulation, bonding and connecting
  • Mindfulness for treating & elevating profitable, dependable young ones and adolescents
  • Interventions to concentration ADHD & the tough to engage
  • Treatment plans for remedy periods and home
  • Filled with step by step evaluation instruments and reproducible worksheets
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    Everyone will draw his or her own picture of the moon, while sharing the markers that are provided. The only way for the group to get off the moon and go to home is to share. When one of the children doesn’t share or snatches away a marker from another child, stop the activity and ask the children to talk about how it feels when someone takes something away from them. You can also get creative here and design trips to other planet and lands to promote taking turns, saying please and thank you, and other manners and social skills.

    We have learned not to kick the police officer and scream at the nice tech person we’ve been on the phone with for two hours while our computer continues to crash. Sometimes, we even procrastinate, put things off, get distracted—we skip washing our faces or brushing our teeth before we go to bed, stay up too late, and break the rules. Sometimes—yes, it’s true—we have temper tantrums right in front of our kids! So the next time your child • talks back; • whines; • begs; • hits or kicks; • spits or bites; • throws a tantrum; • swears; • threatens to leave, run away, or live with another parent/caregiver; • ignores you or walks away; • throws or breaks things; • intimidates you; • becomes melodramatic; • tries to guilt trip you; and/or • leaves you out of the loop, remember that it is your job to teach him or her how to act, how to emote, and how to get his or her needs met.

    Children are often awarded negative attention: getting scolded for doing things they shouldn’t be doing. This often backfires and turns into huge battles of the will. The following are examples: “Stop hitting your brother! ” Instead of correcting through lecturing, start by noticing and complimenting kids whenever they do something right or comply with your request. ” Mary turns off the TV and goes to dinner table. Mom: “Thank you, Mary. I really love when you listen to me the first time. ” Second, take notice whenever your child does a chore or something else required of him or her: Teacher: “Josh, you’ve been able to sit still today and complete your math problems.

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