This brief podcast introduces you to my purpose in developing relatable, hypothetical behavior situations that can help parents, teachers, and others approach behaviors in scientific ways - without the jargon.
Uh oh . . . Little Tommy has been tearing up his addition worksheet . . . again. What can Mom and Tommy's teacher do?
Martha and Jack's children aren't doing their chores. How can they be motivated to be more compliant with their parents' expectations?
How should Pam handle the situation when her three-year-old has a meltdown in the grocery store?
Potty training is not for the faint of heart! Please tune in to my "Lockdown Potty Training" podcast for a behavior analyst's guide to potty training.
Many parents are homeschooling during the Coronavirus 19 shutdown. Some parents are very intimidated at the thought of educating their children from home. Take heart! You can do this - Tips from a behavior analyst and homeschool mom!
With the Coronavirus 19 "shelter in place" orders, many parents find themselves homeschooling their children. I offer behavioral "tips and tricks" to help!
Parent - or teacher - demands can often be met by resistance from teens. This podcast presents some tips and tricks to increase compliance and harmony!
This podcast focuses on classroom management techniques for the teacher, but these approaches can be used very effectively by parents!
Joey is the youngest in the family - at least he was until his new baby sister came home. His "parent time" has greatly decreased since her arrival. Some behaviors are being expressed that must be addressed. This podcast discusses Differential Reinforcement of Alternative behavior and how it can effectively do away with the unwanted behavior and increase the desired, alternative behavior.
Often, for parents, many emotions accompany a diagnosis of autism - despair, confusion as to next steps to help and support their child, and more. This podcast provides some initial information regarding what you can do.
This podcast provides some simple approaches to increasing flexibility in your child. Building flexibility slowly into your child’s life will ensure that your child is not floored by the unexpected. He/she will be able to more easily “go with the flow.” And, all the avoiding behaviors you’ve engaged in will slowly go by the wayside and you’ll feel much less stress when things occur that you have no control over.