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Controlling the Chaos – Managing Difficult Behaviours

This parent information evening can help you achieve meets, or exceeds in Quality Area 6. It demonstrates you’re providing up-to-date, current, and expert advice, to families, to support parenting.

Managing difficult behaviours is a challenge for both parents and staff. Parents are constantly looking for practical strategies and useful suggestions on managing difficult behaviours.

Our hugely successful parent presentation, “Controlling the Chaos – Managing Difficult Behaviours” can be presented at your Centre, Service, Playgroup, or Mothers Group

The presentation will focus on common challenging behaviours in young children (e.g sleeping, eating, tantrums) and strategies, which are useful in modifying these behaviours.

Participants will gain understanding in:

  • Dealing with Tantrums and Aggressive Behaviour
  • Developmental Stages
  • Making Reward Charts and Using Time Out
  • Sleeping Issues and Night Terrors
  • Eating Concerns
  • ADD or ADHD in Early Childhood

Dr Hartman’s practical advice comes from many years of experience as a professional & as a parent. Presentations can be customized to suit the needs of your parents or through questions on the night.

For bookings email steve.hartman@farranstreet.com.au or phone 0413 319 196 

(Currently, these seminars are for services located in NSW only.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilitator: Dr Steve Hartman
Dr Steve Hartman trained as a Paediatrician at Sydney Children's Hospital and has been a Consultant Paediatrician for 28 years. He has also completed extensive studies at the Institute of Family Therapy of Australia and the Institute of Psychiatry.
 He is a well-respected speaker and has given many workshops and lectures on behaviour management. Dr Hartman has an extensive experience over many years working with individual families and children with behavioural issues, as well as personal parental experience. Over this time he has learnt simple practical methods work best with young children.