Podcast: School psychologist & licensed behavior specialist shares strategies on how to help a child with behavior problems.
Research-based easy-to-implement strategies to help a child with impulsive behaviors improve their impulse control,
Find out what the research says about whether cognitive behavioral therapy work for anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.
Award winning author, school psychologist, and mom of a son on the autism spectrum shares her experience and perceptions.
Learn about this evidence-based strategy teachers can use to help a child with behavior problems in school.
Find out how to prevent children from throwing temper tantrums at school and at home.
Sample after school visual schedule for children with autism or ADHD
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Practical research-based behavior strategies for treatment of a child with oppositional defiant disorder or related symptoms. Shared by a licensed behavior specialist and certified school psychologist.
Research supports that letting children earn rewards and privileges is effective. Find out why and when rewards are useful. Get reward ideas for positive behavior.
Research-based and experienced-based strategies from a school psychologist on how to help a child with behavior problems at home and in school.
Here are some research-based tips to give us suggestions on how to teach a child self-discipline
Use mini-schedules to help your child be cooperative and confident as they crush their goals and go through their day. Get free visual schedule ideas for chldren on the autism spectrum or those with other behavioral needs.
Research-based strategies to tell us how to stop temper tantrums in children at home and in school.
Check out these 15 Research-Based Behavior Strategies for Children on the Autism Spectrum for parents and teachers to use at home and in school.
Teachers often report that keeping students focused on the task at hand is a challenge. While there are many strategies to improve time on-task and behavior in the classroom, research studies support the use of self-monitoring apps as one method for making a positive difference for students. For more on this research see: Implementation of a self-monitoring application to improve …
As a school psychologist, I have often heard teachers and parents express concerns about students’ abilities in the area of social skills, emotional regulation, and self-control. I am often given the task of making recommendations to support these students’ needs. Upon researching the topic, I came across three research-based programs that aim to help children improve these kinds of social-emotional …
How does physical activity impact academic performance and behavior? Find out what the research says on this interesting topic.
1) Children should not be torn down before they have a chance to fly. Be kind to them. Compliment them. Let them know when you are proud and when they are doing well! Refrain from insulting, sarcastic, condescending, or passive aggressive remarks. 2) Children deserve to be heard (they have concerns which feel very real to them just like we …
Should teachers call parents if students won’t listen? Find what a mom and certified school psychologist has to say after 20 years.
People with typically functioning sensory systems learn to tolerate stimulation through their senses in many different ways. They also learn how to use the information they receive through their senses to control themselves and their movements and interact with the world around them. For example, just as our eyes detect visual information and relay that information to the brain for …