Parents play a critical role in their child’s development and well-being.
When children display dysfunctional behaviors, it can be difficult for parents to know how to respond.
Our goal is to train parents or primary caregivers to effectively deal with their children, primarily when exhibiting unsafe behaviors.
First, we raise awareness about their child’s condition and educate them on why their kids may be behaving this way.
Parents must understand how it feels to be in their child’s shoes.
We then provide resources and support to help parents develop the skills to effectively manage their child’s behaviors.
We also educate them about the common misconceptions between a temper tantrum and a meltdown, so they can know the difference and how to handle them.
Many people think that a temper tantrum and a meltdown are the same things, when in reality they are two very different things.
A temper tantrum is usually caused by something the child wants but isn’t getting, and is a way for the child to try to get what they want.
A meltdown, on the other hand, is caused by overwhelming emotions or sensory overload and is a completely involuntary reaction.
Because of this, parents need to know the difference between the two, so they can respond in the best way possible.
Parents and caregivers are often unprepared to deal with a child having a temper tantrum or meltdown.
These outbursts can be frustrating and even scary, especially if the child is prone to self-injury.
But our training can help.
We’ll show you how to carefully handle kids during a tantrum or meltdown, and offer techniques and strategies that you can use in different settings.
With our help, you’ll be better equipped to handle these situations effectively and maintain your composure.
Here at Indese Therapy Center, we provide training for parents on how to deal with both temper tantrums and meltdowns.
As a result, you’ll be able to provide the best possible care for your child.
Through our training, we hope to empower parents and help them create a safe and supportive environment for their children.