This two-hour lecture by Dr. Jane Nelsen was given on May 12, 2005, during the Butte County Department of Behavioral Health Parent Conference in Chico, California.You'll learn:
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 belief that "I am capable, I can contribute in meaningful ways, and I can use my power in useful ways."
To remember why you had children in the first place.
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Should be Positive Discipline: Age 4 and Beyond
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