Recently I had the pleasure of speaking with radio host and clinician Pam Chambers about what we can say, think and do instead of punishing our children. Parenting used to be about “control” now it’s about developing the skill sets to raise successful social animals. Pam and I explore the specific components of teaching new skills sets in a brain-based way. Listen in below.
Moving away from consequences as a primary method of behavioral change, Bloom (Kenney & Young, 2013) offers the thoughts, words and actions needed to raise socially competent, thoughtful, ethical children who grow and prosper with confidence and caring. Buy it and read it in a matter of seconds! Download is immediate, for all of us busy parents and teachers who have a few minutes free right now:). Please let your friends, family and schools know about Bloom. Together we can move away from consequences and into skill development for children. Find more from Wendy Young HERE.