Some children need extra work on certain behavior problems that cause them to lose some of their self-control. This helps kids take a time out from trying situations, use inside voices, think about choices before responding to parents, siblings and teachers, and how to think about feelings and emotions.
Is it Behavior or Sensory Problems? A 5 Week Series
Do you want to get your kid to listen to you better? As a child therapist, I learned that it is OK to ignore your child's behavior at times. It can really help to improve behavior when done correctly and is especially effective on behavior problems like temper tantrums, stomping, screaming, yelling, and making mean statements. Check out this post to see when it is OK to used planned ignoring.