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LIMIT SETTING WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF TODDLERS

When:
Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 8:00 PM until 9:30 PM
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VIRTUAL LIVE WORKSHOPS
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LIMIT SETTING WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF TODDLERS


with MEREDITH GARY & Kate DELACORTE - Via LIVE Zoom



There are books and more books available that offer foolproof techniques or magic formulas to help parents eliminate unwanted behaviors, but there really is no one-size-fits-all solution, especially right now.  When the magic formula doesn’t work for you, you may end up feeling more overwhelmed than before. This workshop will support and guide you with common sense approaches to tackling the issues you are struggling with today.

The conflicts and challenges of early childhood are an important part of your child’s development as a person and your own development as a parent.  Gaining knowledge about this unique phase of development can help you assert your authority more effectively and stay consistent in the face of even the most oppositional toddler behavior.  

• How can I stop arguing with my toddler?  
• How can I make transitions from one part of the day to the next happen without a giant tantrum?
• What do I do when my child says no to everything-- even the things that she loves?
• Screentime and the reality of parenting a toddler during Covid.

Join early childhood experts Meredith Gary and Kate Delacorte, for a gimmick-free discussion of these and other hallmark challenges of parenting toddlers. 



ABOUT:

Meredith Gary and Kate Delacorte  are Co-Directors of the Downtown Little School. With, respectively, 21 and 36 years of experience,  Meredith & Kate have supported hundreds of children and families through the early childhood years.  They lead several workshops each year on limit-setting and related topics.