Parenting: Challenging Behaviour In Children

Learn effective parenting strategies and provide your child with the best chance for development in this Challenging Behaviour in Children Course.

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Course Highlights

  • Includes 7 lectures and 2 hours of content.
  • Learn about the role of parenting in the cause of obesity, anxiety, demanding children, defiant attitudes, screen addiction
  • Focusing on the essential structures necessary in educating and guiding a child to adulthood.
  • Form a connection with your child and don't become alienated.
  • Intended for any parent or future parent who wants to insure that they provide their child with the best possible chance in life.

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Parenting: Challenging Behaviour In Children

Ken Resnick
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Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course

Course Teacher

Ken Resnick

Educational Psychologist

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This Challenging Behaviour in Children Course will provide you with information about parenting and teach you about effective and ineffective parenting styles. You will learn how to maintain control and authority while encouraging growth and responsibilities within your children and the problems that arise in parenting styles like over protecting or toughening up.

Ken Resnick is a registered Educational psychologist since 1987 and has just completed a doctoral thesis evaluating the Smartchoiceparenting programme that he has developed. He's had 20 years’ experience as a counsellor/psychologist and has done many presentations and run numerous workshops on his Smartchoiceparenting (SCPP) program.

This course is suitable for any parent or future parent who wants to ensure that they provide their child with the best possible chance in life by taking a proactive approach to parenting. You will learn about behavioural problems and parenting styles that inhibit the child in developing to their potential and how you can avoid them.