anger management

Teletherapy with Kids and Teens: Sneak Peek! – Parents Article

Read more about our full program HERE! Teletherapy with Kids and Teens: Coming Soon Teletherapy with kids and teens seems like an oxymoron at first glance. I was doubtful that meaningful work could be done (especially with younger kids) when I first started providing teletherapy. I spent hour after hour trying to figure out how to do things in an effective, meaningful and fun way. And then I spent a hundred more hours doing the same.  I know none of…

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Snow Day Sale! – Parents Article

Save BIG in our Snow Day Sale! Every time we get BIG snow, you save BIG!  Those of you who’ve followed us for some time, know we host a 50% off sale whenever we get a snow day in our locale. And given that we are located on the frozen tundra, chances are pretty good you’ll benefit a few times each winter. And…today is one of those days. Above are just a few of the resources available. Every single item…

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Hot Chocolate Can Melt Worries Away and MORE… – Parents Article

“Today is a hot chocolate kind of a day.” — Unknown Truly, every day can be a hot chocolate kind of day. That soothing, warm elixir that can melt our troubles away, warm our hearts and encourage meaningful conversations.  Now, we’ve turned this favorite winter time beverage into a craftivity that can help kids cool their anger down or melt their worries away. It’s truly a resource that’s “fun and then some”! Hot Chocolate…Cool Thoughts Help kids learn to identify negative…

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Help Kids Cope with Mad, Sad and Worried Feelings – Parents Article

Help for Mad, Sad and Worried Kids Dealing with  all types of BIG feelings is all we do at Kidlutions. We’ve been doing it for as long as we’ve been in business…a span of three decades…and as long as there are people around, there will be feelings with which to deal! Our BIG bundle of feelings will help you get kids thinking about three of the more challenging feelings with which they will deal. Being able to master these feelings…

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Helping Kids Cope with Anger – Parents Article

Help for Angry Kids Dealing with mad feelings is something we do often here at Kidlutions. We’ve been doing it for as long as we’ve been in business…a span of three decades…and we’ve developed numerous articles on the subject. Anger doesn’t seem to be going anywhere, anytime soon and if you have a child, teach a child or work with children in any capacity, you’ve no doubt encountered an angry child (and probably more than your fair share of angry…

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17 Ways to Calm Down for Parents – Parents Article

Calm Parents = Much Calmer Kids It all starts at the top, folks.  Whether we are talking about personnel management, coaching or parenting. The people in leadership positions completely set the tone for what is acceptable and expected. It’s not that simplistic, though, I know.  The bi-directional nature of relationships means each side impacts the other…and that means that even if you remain uber calm as a parent, your intense child may still have a huge impact, both on your…

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A Mindful Parenting Moment for Challenging Times – Parents Article

Mindful Parenting Moments for Challenging Times Challenging times. We all have them. Every. Single. One. Of. Us. I know this as truth from the sheer fact that we are all human. No exceptions. Period. So, since we’re all going to have rough patches, we might as well find something we can do to lessen their length, as well as their impact upon us. Two Minutes to Calm Here’s a two minute video excerpted from The Joyful Parent 4-week Online Course.…

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Let Them Have Their Feelings – Foster Parents Article

Let them have their feelings Just about a year ago, Mieshia Smith, a counselor with Child Crisis Arizona, began working with a 4-year-old girl who was having trouble forming attachments to her paternal grandmother who had formally adopted her. The girl was throwing fits when angry, yelling at her new adoptive mother and crying. Mieshia began working with both the child individually and the family weekly. Over time they learned that the girl responded better when there was less rushing…

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