Resources Tagged With: behavior management

Practicing the 5 C’s of ADHD Parenting

Parenting a child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be rewarding and challenging. Dr. Sharon Saline, a renowned psychologist specializing in ADHD, has developed a comprehensive approach known as the “five C’s of ADHD parenting.” Read more ›

BrightLife Kids: Behavioral Health Coaching for Parents, Caregivers, and Kids 0–12

BrightLife Kids, a CalHOPE program by Brightline, supports the mental health of families who live in California with children aged 0–12. BrightLife Kids is free for all California families.
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The Benefits of Sensory Movement Pathways for Children

Sensory movement pathways encourage regular physical activity, helping students stay active and combat sedentary behaviors. Regular movement can contribute to improved cardiovascular health, better muscle tone, and enhanced overall physical fitness. Read more ›

Help Your Child Learn to Regulate Their Emotions with Tucker the Turtle [video] [downloadable]

Tucker the Turtle is a fun interactive resource created to help children and families learn strategies to work through big feelings like anger. This user-friendly resource helps teach emotional regulation with a few simple steps. Read more ›

5 Tips to Manage ADHD in Children

Children with ADHD also may struggle with low self-esteem, school anxiety, troubled relationships and poor performance in school. Symptoms sometimes lessen with age. However, some people never completely outgrow their ADHD symptoms. However, they can learn strategies to be successful. Read more ›

4 Ways to Help Children Manage Emotions

Finding effective ways to help your child cope with big emotions has never been more important—or difficult! Here are some suggestions for what to do when your kids or teenagers express big feelings, like sadness, anger, and anxiety. Read more ›

How to Help a Highly Emotional Child Cope With Big Feelings

At any age, crying is a normal response to being overwhelmed by strong feelings, like anger, fear, stress, or even happiness. Some children, however, cry more than others. Those same children may get angry more often, feel frustrated faster, and get overly excited compared to their peers too. Read more ›

Diagnosing Behavioral Problems in Children

All children and adolescents act out from time to time—having tantrums, testing boundaries, or questioning rules—especially if they’re overly distressed or tired. In fact, such behavior is an expected part of development in toddlers and young teens. But when behavioral problems disrupt a child’s family, school, and social life, it may indicate a more serious condition. Read more ›

What Is Gentle Parenting?

Gentle parenting is about recognizing your child as an individual and responding to their needs. The tools of gentle parenting are connection, communication, and consistency. Read more ›

Parenting with Self-Awareness

In our interactions with our children, each of us has the choice to respond in ways that either strengthen or weaken our relationships with them. Read more ›

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