Is peace at home possible?

When you have an emotionally intense child, their attempts to control, negotiate, or refuse to listen can wear you down. You’ve tried so many things that seem to work for other parents but don’t work for your family.

You might be wondering, "Is peace at home possible?"

I know that with parenting it can be helpful to ask a question or two that is family-specific to help you know if our Mad to Glad Blueprint online parent training is a fit for you. So I host two "Connect and Ask Questions" calls before our 8-week program begins.

On this recording, you will hear:

  • What an "intense" child is
  • What is HELPFUL for parents to do
  • UNHELPFUL behavior triggers
  • Parenting on the same page
  • Steps to navigate the morning routine with a child who is anxious

We have one more Live Q & A call scheduled Tuesday, May 3 @ 7:30pm. Click here to get the Zoom login details.

If you can't make the call but you want to see what other parents think about our program here is the link to our 63 Google Reviews (all 5-stars).

Online class starts FRIDAY, MAY 6 @ 12:30pm CT. View the full curriculum and register here.

But First, I’ll Answer Any Questions You Have so Join Me!

This conversation is specifically designed for parents of struggling kids and is also appropriate for parents of kids who may have anxiety, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism, Giftedness, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, or Other Mood Disorders.




Samantha Moe, M.A. SLP
Certified Parent Coach
Creator, Mad to Glad Blueprint ™
Professional training to support intense kids and their families

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