Parent Advice for the Challenging Child: 0-2 Years
Did you notice that you did not receive an owner's manual when your baby was born? There were no lessons on how to handle all the new and unexpected changes in how your life worked when this child was added to your family.
There are so many working parts to a baby, who then becomes a toddler that you feel that life is one ambush after another in your attempts to keep things going.
Wouldn't it be great to have an expert who can help you understand and learn how to maneuver through your day while providing your small child with the support he needs to grow and thrive?
Parenting Your Challenging Child: 0-2 years is here to help you do just that. With live group training calls, activities to learn how to understand and work with issues of temperament and development, plus email access to a board certified developmental & behavioral pediatrician, you can gain a sense of balance in your life.
I imagine you are thinking "Why would I hire a parent trainer when I can ask my pediatrician, check Google, read a book, or ask my mother?" These are very good points. But if you have tried any of them so far, you may have found that you came away with more questions, or a sense of incompetence for not already knowing something, or feeling like the responses didn't actually address the stresses and concerns you were feeling. The answers were too generic or there was no one to check with if it wasn't working as you expected. You may have also ended up spending more time away from work or paying more co-pays or deductibles seeing your pediatrician for a 15 minute appointment which barely got you past the first question.
With Parent Training for the Challenging Child 0-2 you will receive the following help, geared toward your needs and questions:
- Monthly live group calls to go over different issues related to temperament, development, and how the child's world affects how he behaves.
- Reading materials to assist you in understanding any developmental, learning, or mental health issues your child may have
- Homework assignments to support you in creating new ways of communicating and interacting with your child
- Email support in between calls
- Resources that will help you beyond the training
What is that worth to you? If you added up all the money you spent on books, the hours you searched Google, the time away from work to go to your pediatrician for advice, and the copays or deductibles you paid for this, what has it cost you so far?
What this program offers you is help on your schedule. The live calls will be at CST schedule. These will be recorded and available on the site for listening at your convenience if you can't listen and ask questions live. You can email Dr. McGuire with questions and updates when you have time. You can check for her responses when you have time. No phone tag that affects your work day or plans.
So what does this cost? $ 49.00/month that doesn't cause you to miss work, feel rushed at the doctor's office, or playing phone tag with the doctor of the staff for an answer to your questions.
And what if you feel this approach is not for you? Your satisfaction is guaranteed that if, within the first 30 days, you don't feel this is for you, your payment will be refunded.