Join Susan Stiffelman, MFT with
Dr. Laura Markham for a three-part Master Class
for parents of toddlers through teens

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Replay recordings and audio downloads available

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During this especially challenging time, we realize many parents and caregivers are struggling financially. For information about scholarships for this class, please email support@susanstiffelman.com

Do your children bicker, fight or argue all day?

Have you tried ideas from parenting books with no real improvement?

Do you wonder if, when, or how you should intervene when your children are in conflict?

Do small disagreements turn into big battles between your kids?

Would you like to learn the skills to teach your children healthy communication tools?

Sibling rivalry is normal and can be a healthy way for children to develop skills like tolerance, patience, and respectful communication.

But ongoing conflict between siblings is hard on everyone. Children who are regularly teased, bullied, or diminished by a brother or sister can develop an insecure sense of self.

And kids who lash out at their siblings may be struggling with difficult emotions, projecting their upsets onto a brother or sister.

This three-part series is a chance to develop the tools and language that will help you address ongoing sibling conflict at its root.

If you find it awkward to apply new strategies, the format of this series will help you master healthier ways of managing sibling frustrations and disagreements--even in the heat of the moment, when tempers are running hot!


Your hosts:

Dr. Laura Markham earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Columbia University and authored the bestsellers Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids; Peaceful Parent, Happy Siblings; and the Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids Workbook. She makes frequent TV and radio appearances and has been interviewed for thousands of articles by publications as diverse as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Parents Magazine. Dr. Markham's relationship-based parenting model has helped thousands of families find transformative solutions to everything from separation anxiety and sleep problems to sass talk and cell phones. ahaparenting.com


Susan Stiffelman is a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Therapist, teacher and parent educator. She is the author of Parenting Without Power Struggles and Parenting With Presence (an Eckhart Tolle Edition.) Susan offers online events for parents around the world on topics like Raising Tweens and Teens, Parenting in the Digital Age, and Raising Siblings. She hosts a monthly Parenting Without Power Struggles membership group, a support group with Wendy Behary on Co-Parenting with a Narcissist, and the Parenting Without Power Struggles podcast. susanstiffelman.com
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The class includes:

• Demonstrations of role-plays of common sibling situations

• Hands-on practice to help you manage your biggest sibling challenges

• How to avoid taking sides in sibling squabbles

• What to do when a strong-willed child dominates play with brothers and sisters

• How to help children resolve disagreements over games and toys

• How to coach children to respect one another's personal space and belongings

• How to help a child turn down a sibling's invitation to play with fewer hurt feelings

• How to help a rejected child handle disappointment when a request for time with a sibling has been denied

• How to address behavior like hitting, kicking, teasing, insulting, tattling and biting

• How to handle complaints like, "You're always with the baby", or "You never play with me!"

• How to ensure your cup isn't always empty as you attempt to meet the needs of your children

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FAQs
Is this a live session?
These sessions were live in May 2020. The replay recordings and audio downloads are available to watch and listen at your convenience.
How long is the session?
Each session is 75 minutes long.
How long can I listen to the replay?
There is no expiration date on the replay recording. It’s yours to listen to now and in the future!
What age child is this appropriate for?

The material covered in this class will help toddlers through teens.



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NOTE: Payment for this class is in USD

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