An increasing body of research and evidence documents the importance of positive parent-child interactions. Loving interactions with parents improves a child’s self-esteem, self-regulation, self-confidence, independence and child mental health and wellbeing.
A toddler’s advancing emotional development can result in tantrums and emotional dysregulation. This can be a challenging time for many parents. Research shows positive parenting techniques are more likely to be successful for long term behaviour guidance and improve parental autonomy and wellbeing.
Our bespoke toddler package focuses on understanding and managing toddler emotions via emotion coaching. Emotion coaching is a principle focused on nurturing and supportive relationships which guide children through learning and managing their feelings. After this package, you will have life-changing skills needed to promote your toddler’s lifelong emotional health, intelligence and resilience.
The package includes;
- 2-hour holistic health and behaviour assessment to find out your individual families needs.
- A plethora of information on toddler emotions, development and behaviour.
- An individualised emotion coaching plan to transform your approach to managing your toddler’s big emotions.
- Five weekly telephone or video consultations to support your family establish and sustain the healthy boundaries toddlers need to thrive.
- Empathetic listening to support and guide you through these changes.
- Five weekly plan updates after consultations full of information, advice and support.
- WhatsApp support as required in between calls.
- Life-changing approaches to parenting to support your toddler’s lifelong emotional health.
All care and information provided will be delivered by a qualified specialist public health nurse.
100% of parents that have completed this package report a significant increase in their understanding of approaches to parenting, toddler emotions, and tantrums. All parents report an improvement in their toddler’s behaviour and a better relationship with their toddler.