Hand in Hand Parenting


Helping Children with Aggressive Behavior

Children don't want to be angry or aggressive

Tuesday, June 7
6:00 pm PDT (Los Angeles) | 9:00 pm EDT (New York) | Wed 8 June 11:00 am AEST (Sydney)

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Dear good parent,

Are your child's aggressive behaviors hard to handle?

Does aggression bring up complicated feelings for you or your co-carers?

Do you want to see your child handle setbacks and disappointment in less aggressive ways?

You can.

You see, your child IS inherently good and kind. They want to get along with others. But right now, they're having trouble communicating that need.

Instead, they feel defensive, angry and aggressive.

So let's turn that around.

Join Hand in Hand Instructor Chantal Harrison as she delves into the causes behind aggressive behavior and why conventional parenting strategies like time outs, rewards and consequences don't work with kids who lash out.

You'll hear why Hand in Hand's Parenting tools can help you find compassion for all that anger and set limits with them without losing it yourself.

In this class Chantal will cover:

  • The big reasons children turn to aggression to communicate their needs (Hint: It's not to push your buttons)
  • How to set limits with a child who lashes out
  • Tools you can use to stop daily power struggles
  • One proven way to help your child co-regulate more easily
  • Other ways children can work out their aggression

There's a reason why conventional parenting methods don't work if your child already turns to aggression.

Learn what you can do instead.



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What is the Hand in Hand Parenting Approach

Hand in Hand Parenting is a set of accessible, trauma-informed tools that help when parenting is hard. These tools have been used by thousands of parents, educators, and mental health professionals over the last 30 years. (www.handinhandparenting.org)