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Keep Your Family Kind: How to Calm Meltdowns & Tame Tantrums
January 16 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
In this class, MegAnne will explain the science behind what happens when a tantrum or meltdown occur in a child, and help parents get a better understanding of how to acknowledge each situation. MegAnne will walk you through the differences between a tantrum and a meltdown, and why it is important to recognize and respond to each separately. You will leave this class having learned what parenting tools to use to help navigate through though tough moments, and how to be there for your child in a way that is supportive and beneficial.
MegAnne aims to support parents all over Richmond to leave feeling more empowered to shed shaming and blaming, and look to these difficult moments as opportunities to help their family grow and become kinder.
ABOUT | MegAnne
While studying psychology at VCU MegAnne fell in love with figuring out how the mind worked. Focusing on positive connection and healthy attachment really drew her in, igniting her passion for working with all different kinds of people!
Over the years, she have worked with well over 500 different children in a variety of life stages and situations. I has thrives when building sustaining relationships with the families she works with, and loves seeing all the successes over the years! This is what has inspired her to become a certified life and parent coach and start Be Kind Coaching.
Throughout the years she have always worked on building unique families’ goals. These goals include where they’d like to see themselves in the future, then building a strategy that will get them there. This can look like reducing yelling inside the home around certain instances, potty training your children, or developing morning/evening routines. I love working 1:1 with parents, children, teens to get them to the place in life that they wish to be, but may be having a hard time achieving on their own. Coaching is about building a relationship of trust together and working together to build a more positive relationship between your family.