Does your child behave at school but not at home? Here's your game plan!
I've had a few clients come in lately reporting extreme frustration with their little one. "At school, he's amazing. He's helpful, listens well, and is an all around joy. At home? Completely the opposite! What gives?"
So parents hear glowing reports from teachers and care takers, but find that once they come home or go to pick their child up, things fall apart. And it isn't pretty. Watching your child lose it with no or very, very little obvious provocation can be...heart breaking. Frustrating. Embarassing. Crazy-making. Why is my presence enough to provoke this avalanche of emotion? Why as soon as we walk in the door, does my child lash out at his sibling/kick the dog/not listen to ANYTHING I say? He doesn't do that at school!Read More