Anyone working with kids knows that getting parents to effectively respond to the child’s problematic behaviour is paramount to restoring relationships, decreasing everyone’s frustration, meeting treatment goals, and improving the family’s daily life.
But unless and until you can teach parents the HOW and WHEN of effective behaviour management in a way that’s accessible and realistic, the chances of seeing improvement in any of these areas are extremely low.
Watch Dr. Larry Waldman, psychologist and parenting expert, as he walks you through his highly successful, session-by-session framework using proven applied behavioural psychology techniques designed to teach parents how to:
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to master Dr. Waldman’s 6-session evidence-based behaviour management curriculum. You’ll become the go-to resource for parents and caregivers! Purchase today!
This online program is worth 6 hours CPD.
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Larry Waldman, Ph.D., ABPP, is a semi-retired certified school psychologist and licensed clinical, forensic psychologist in Phoenix, Arizona, where he developed a successful private practice of 45 years, working with children, teens, parents, couples, and adults in a solution-focused manner. A sought-after speaker, Dr. Waldman has presented hundreds of professional seminars for psychologists, family therapists, counselors, social workers, school psychologists and school counselors; one of his signature programs is “Teaching Parents to Parent”. Dr. Waldman also provides community trainings on parenting, marriage, stress, depression and anxiety, wellness, grandparenting and psychotherapy.
Dr. Waldman was the past president of the Maricopa Psychological Society, the director of psychological services for Charter Psychiatric Hospital of Glendale and was an “Official Guide” (top expert) on Parenting for SelfGrowth.com. He is an adjunct graduate professor in the Counseling and Educational Psychology Departments for Ottawa University, and serves on the professional advisory board of Stepping Stones of Hope, a charitable organization serving children whom have lost a parent. Waldman is the co-chair of the Early Career Psychologist Committee with the Arizona Psychological Association (AzPA). An accomplished author, Dr. Waldman’s work has been featured in both local Phoenix media and national press including six books: Who’s Raising Whom? Coping with Your Adolescent; How Come I Love Him But Can’t Live with Him? The Graduate Course You Never Had; Too Busy Earning a Living to Make Your Fortune? and Overcoming Your Negotiaphobia: Negotiating Through Your Life, and the forthcoming Don’t Hate Your Ex More than You Love Your Kid. Dr. Waldman earned his BS in Education/Psychology from the University of Wisconsin; his MS in School Psychology was from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; his Ph.D. in Educational/School Psychology was earned at Arizona State University; and his Diplomate (ABPP) was received in 2003.
Financial: Larry F. Waldman, Ph.D., ABPP is a professor at the University of Phoenix. He receives royalties from various publications. Larry receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. He has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Larry F. Waldman, Ph.D., ABPP is a member of the Early Career Committee at Arizona State Psychological Association. He is a member of the National Association of Professional Psychology Providers; Scottsdale Psychological Society; and National Association of School Psychologists. Dr. Waldman Board of Directors for Stepping Stones of Hope.
Getting Started: How to Develop a Successful Parenting Program
Session 1: A Short Course in Behavioural Psychology
Session 2: Help Parents Discover Their Role in the Behaviour
Session 3: The Negative Attention Cycle: Putting All the Energy in the Wrong Place
Session 4: Develop Responsible Behaviour at Any Age
Session 5: Decrease Inappropriate and Undesirable Behaviour
Session 6: Put it All Together, Celebrate Success, Plan for the Future
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