Learn about the effective ways to deal with temper tantrums, setting limits, and using them as learning opportunities.
Temper tantrums are common in young children, especially between ages 1 and 4, when children are still learning to communicate effectively. Tantrums are how young children show that they're upset or frustrated. Although they are a normal part of child development, dealing with temper tantrums can be extremely draining, stressful and at times embarrassing for parents.
In this session Dr. Noelle Cochran, PsyD, a children's mental health expert discusses the effective ways to deal with temper tantrums, setting limits, and using them as learning opportunities to foster a healthy sense of self in your child in the toddler and preschool years.
Parents of toddlers and preschoolers (1-4 year olds) with no significant medical or developmental problems.