Monday 27 May & 3 June, 7:30pm to 9pm @ Concord Library

Toddlers are wired to move, explore, question, strive to be understood, want to become autonomous and independent - all while having limited skills and capacities to do any of these things. They are busy, you are busy and in the midst of it you are trying to get them to listen without it spiralling into a meltdown or tantrum because they don't like what your're saying.

In the first workshop you will discover:

  • Why toddlers don't hear us
  • Incredibly simple steps to ensure your toddler listens
  • The 3 common reasons for toddler meltdowns
  • Why tantrums seem to be worse in public than home
  • How to manage meltdowns/trantrums and minimise their occurrence
  • A powerful formula for helping your child recover from a meltdown.

Followed by a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

In the second workshop you will discover:

  • What parents can do to build confidence
  • The two phrases to stop using if you want to build your child's self-esteem
  • How to build good self-esteem and why it is important
  • Why it is important to give your child the skills to overcome setbacks
  • What you can 'tweak' in your everyday conversations that will set your child up for success.

Followed by a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.

The "Toddler Series" is facilitated by Dympna Kennedy. Bookings are essential.