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Anxiety

Support Call 2-17-17

This call covers:

  • Son is lazy and likes to take the "path of least resistance."
  • Child refuses to eat what Mom makes for dinner and is very picky.
  • How to handle misbehavior during school hours and keeping younger children quiet during that time.
  • Right triangle and keeping diapers on children. 

Support Call 2-3-17

This call covers:

  • Support call difficulties explained and discussed
  • How to teach TSG to a child with language and learning barriers
  • Setting up gaming and texting time limits for teenage children
  • How to remind your spouse to stay calm when correcting the children
  • Helping resolve disdain for and unwillingness to do chores

Support Call 1-20-17

This call covers:

  • Daughter gets emotional during her mentor meetings. Do we, as the parents, validate or correct those emotions?
  • How to handle crying, whining, talking back, and separated parents.
  • Son has rage episodes and will only calm down for mother. Is that making him dependant?
  • How to use TSG with children that have ODD and anxiety

Support Call 11-4-16

This call covers:

  • Staying calm when your toddler is harmful to your newborn.
  • Managing outbursts at the dinner table from your teenager.
  • Helping your child stop correcting their siblings.
  • Maintaining the Rule of Three without punishing the rest of the family.

Teaching Self-Government Parenting Seminar

This is the recording of a day-long parenting seminar given by Nicholeen. You will learn the methods she uses to parent her children that have worked for thousands of families. Even if families only implement s... more
Girl daydreaming

Helping Children With Asperger's To Stay Focused

High-functioning Autism/Asperger's can cause children to have a hard time focusing on the task at hand. Simple tasks often become hour-long undertakings, ending up with parent and child frustrated and angry.... more

Support Call 4-15-16

This call covers:

  • Camping fun!
  • Bringing about an attitude adjustment about "no" answers with age 9 (almost 10)
  • Struggles with getting son 6th grader to do homework. Possible anxiety or ADD issues.
  • Energetic 10-month-old that deliberately does things he knows he shouldn't and has started biting and hitting.