Discover fun & effective tools to set limits, create family harmony
& nurture a much closer relationship with your child, from toddlers to pre-teens.
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The 4 Essential Keys to Parenting Strong-Willed Kids:
Innovative Tools for Raising Happy, Respectful Children
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Discover proven and effective methods to turn things around and set limits in caring, constructive ways. Click below to register for free access to this live webinar training with Dr. Don MacMannis.
Don MacMannis, Ph.D.
I’m “Dr. Mac,” and as a psychologist I’ve had the privilege of helping thousands of kids and families over the past forty-five years. One of my main passions is to transform the latest findings from family studies and brain research into fun, powerful and effective tools for change—helping parents create healthy families. Nothing in the world warms my heart like the smiling, happy faces of folks I’ve helped, or the precious times with kids that give me the benefit of a bird’s-eye view into their little hearts and minds.
Co-author of two highly acclaimed parenting books, I am also involved in a number of creative projects for children. In addition to writing songs for television, I’ve written a play and have produced an award-winning series of over fifty songs and activities that help boost character, social and emotional skills. Throughout my endeavors, I treasure the value of humor in bringing about change!
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The program outlined is the result of over 35 years of study, teaching and clinical practice. Hundreds of families with 3 to 10-year-olds have successfully used the Win-Win Way to make a shift. Parents typically report a dramatic improvement in their children’s behavior after a few weeks time.
Even though you will benefit greatly as a parent, it won’t be at your kids’ expense. With this approach, your child can wind up being happier, more loving, have a higher self-esteem and feel less guilty and anxious. Best of all, you can have more fun together and resign, most of the time, from that role of “bad cop.”