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How Parents Can Model Behavior When They're Upset

How Parents Can Model Behavior When They're Upset

Published: Jul. 8, 2024Updated: Jul. 8, 2024

Experts Erin Cantwell PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Alishia Quadri, Doctoral Extern, share essential tips for handling frustration (especially when implementing a device management plan). They emphasize the importance of modeling calm behavior for your child by expressing your feelings and taking a break if needed. Tune in to learn more about managing emotions and finding the support you need as a parent.

For more information, check out our article: Behavior 101

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