Parenting Challenging Behaviors
A conversation with Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist and Professor, Dr. Michelle Robertson, Ph.D., LCMFT
How can you align your parenting to support the goals you have for your child’s behavior?
Parents, you’re tirelessly trying to guide your child to improve their behavior. But as your child makes progress, your old parenting strategies may not be nurturing their growth.
Join our live conversation with Dr. Rebecca Jackson, VP of Programs for Brain Balance and Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist, Dr. Michelle Robertson, Ph.D., LCMFT, as they discuss how to align your parenting styles to support the behavior goals you have for your child. Dr. Robertson will help parents understand how to address challenging behaviors in kids and teens. You’ll get actionable strategies to support your child and encourage improvements in behavior at home.
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What You'll Learn
- 1Understand the importance of modeling parenting styles that support the goals you have for your child.
- 2How to identify when a behavior is a red flag indicating a challenge with development.
- 3Learn how current parenting patterns can prevent your child’s progress.
- 4Actionable strategies for parents to support challenging behaviors from daily interactions to discipline.
Dr. Rebecca Jackson
VP Program & Outcomes, Brain Balance
Dr. Michelle Robertson, Ph.D., LCMFT
TENURED PROFESSOR FOR THE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN FAMILY THERAPY PROGRAM AT FRIENDS UNIVERSITY, LICENSED CLINICAL MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPIST, AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF BRAIN BALANCE CENTERS IN WICHITA, NASHVILLE, AND MINNEAPOLIS