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On-Demand Webinars

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Calming Tantrums

On Demand Webinar

Presented by Autism Specialist
Jonathan Alderson, Ed.M.

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“CALM IS POSSIBLE”

YOUR CHILD CAN LEARN BETTER WAYS TO EXPRESS BIG EMOTIONS

Reduce the intensity and duration of your child’s tantrums. Feel more comfortable and clear about what to do. It’s possible! All kids tantrum. But they can be especially challenging for an autistic child who may also be struggling with communicating their needs and feelings. Parents naturally feel empathy when tantrums happen and do all they can to avoid them. But often, our natural reactions unfortunately fuel the tantrums, making them more likely to happen again and again. Understanding the tantrum dynamics and what your parenting goal should be makes all the difference. In this webinar, you’ll learn the three principle strategies that have been used for the past 25 years with great success.

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WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

Why does you child tantrum?

Reduce the intensity and frequency of tantrums

What is an extinction burst?

How to reframe ignoring

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Your Best Next Step

Get started right away with practical, real-world therapies and strategies that are presented in a logical order so that you can maximize your time and resources and see results in a shorter amount of time.

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On Demand Webinars Presented By

Jonathan Alderson, Ed.M.

Jonathan is an autism treatment specialist and founder of the innovative Integrative Multi-Treatment Intervention Program. A Masters graduate from Harvard University, he has experience as a Curriculum Specialist Coordinator with Teach for America, and 8 years of training at the Autism Treatment Centre of America in Massachusetts, working in their Son-Rise Program as program administrator and a senior therapist trainer. His international work includes the Middle East, Australia, Ireland, England. and Mexico.

He has spoken at the Royal College of Pediatricians (University of Nottingham) and the Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation. Currently he serves as Chair of the Seneca College Behavioural Sciences Advisory Committee and an Executive of the Harvard Club of Toronto. He has written for The Huffington Post, ParentsCanada Magazine, and The Autism File.

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