Big feelings can be hard to handle at any age!
Riley the Brave is a great tool to help you and your children make sense of complicated emotions and experiences.
Are you struggling with a child who…
Refuses to do basic tasks?
Disrespects or ignores you?
Has over-the-top angry outbursts?
Often lies or steals?
The same skills that have helped other kids just aren’t working, and you’re wondering, “Why?”
It’s a brain thing!
There are many reasons a child’s brain may be wired to operate in “defense mode.” Children who have had a tough start in life often enter relationships with behavioral baggage that can be overwhelming. Riley the Brave and the supportive afterword are here to help! If you’re looking for even more resources, you’re in the right place.
Let’s start with that tricky time of day…
Bedtime! Try this to change the nightly battles into opportunities for connection. Keep scrolling for more free resources designed just for you!
Click the pictures for more from author Jessica Sinarski, LPCMH
Making brain science practical
Adding some playfulness to your parenting might feel impossible right now. Read more here about how a few small changes can make a big difference in your day-to-day life.
Can playful parenting save your sanity?
Check out the newest book by author Jessica Sinarski!!
Zoey Harmon just wants to feel light-hearted and carefree. Unfortunately, she keeps getting weighed down by pesky “books” in her backpack, like Worry and Shame.
While there are no quick fixes for all of life’s complex problems, What’s Inside Your Backpack highlights some of the ways we can nurture resilience in body and mind. Help kids lighten their load and realize just how strong and courageous they really are!
Check out the extended resource library at www.BraveBrains.com
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