There's a lot of judgement when kids have behavioral problems. We can’t always expect kids to respond in a senseful way. Most of the time, a kid's initial reaction is crying, freaking out or panicking, especially when they’re in an uncomfortable situation.
In this episode, Dr. Anne Katona Linn will help us establish a secure environment for our kids, by making them feel safe and by helping them identify their own emotions. Are you having difficulty taming your kids' temper? Here’s the 3 ultimate strategies to calm the stress storm in your home. Dr. Anne also talks about her book, Shedding Lies: Living Beyond Childhood trauma, and why parents should prioritize taking care of themselves first.
“We want to help a child regulate their own emotions. We can't do that unless we're regulating our own emotions.” - Dr. Anne Katona Linn
About the Guest:
Dr. Anne Katona Linn is a passionate Educational Coach and Leader who has dedicated her career to helping schools and communities develop safe, supportive and positive school climates for children and teachers. She’s received multiple awards for her expertise in classroom management, mental health & special education.
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