Also Available on Audible.
This 2 hour lecture, by Dr. Jane Nelsen, was given during the Butte County Dept. of Behavioral Health, Parent Conference, in Chico, CA.
- Why punishment is never appropriate for children of any age.
- Why any kind of time-out is not appropriate for children under the age of four, and how to create a positive time-out area with your four or five-year-old that is encouraging, empowering, and teaches valuable life skills.
- How the brain develops, and why parents often expect things of their children that are not developmentally or age appropriate -- such as sharing, apologizing, and understanding "no" the way you think they do.
- The three most important discipline tools to use with children under the age of three.
Many other parenting tools that can be used with children under the age of three -- and even more that can be used with four and five-year-olds. How to get children to cooperate because they "want" to. How to help your children develop the believe that, "I am capable, I can contribute in meaningful ways, and I can use my power in useful ways.