Managing the Meltdowns (On-Demand)
- Ideal For: Parents of children aged 18 months – preschool
- Duration: 45 minutes
- Format: Pre-recorded video, available to watch for 60 days after your purchase. The video will play on this page once purchased.
What Parents are Saying:
Exactly what we were looking for
The class was exactly what we were looking for: to learn and benefit from the expertise of someone like Maria without having to read a book/commit to something more time-consuming. It also helped us understand our toddler’s behavior and normalized it. We left the class realizing we are not in a bad situation at all and feel confident that the information and advice we learned will help us better parent our toddler. Big thanks to Maria!
New concepts and techniques
Maria was accessible and created an environment where we felt very comfortable sharing our experiences. My wife and I learned new concepts and techniques that we could implement right away.
A worthwhile investment in our parenting
My husband and I both felt the class was a worthwhile investment in our parenting. It helps frame the situation, provide context, and remove the stigma around dealing with a kiddo who’s having a meltdown
About the Class:
Tantrums, whining, and overall challenging behaviors are typical and expected for young children of many ages. However, the expressions of these big emotions look different at every age and stage of development. It can be difficult for parents and caregivers to figure out the best way to handle challenging behaviors. In addition, sometimes the most well-meaning adults inadvertently do things to make matters worse.
Managing the Meltdowns, for the Terrible Twos, Three-nagers and Beyond, is taught by Maria Sanders, LSW, a certified Parent Coach and Collaborative Problem-Solving Trainer. This course will help parents and caregivers learn how to shift their thinking about challenging behavior, teach them how to respond in a way that builds crucial thinking skills appropriate for their child’s age, and strengthen the parent-child relationship with the appropriate responses.
- How to respond to your child’s meltdowns
- How to shift your thinking about your child’s challenging behaviors
- How to build critical thinking skills
- How to strengthen the parent-child relationship