Many parents find themselves questioning why their children’s negative behaviors spike as soon as they get home from school. They often hear how amazing their child is during the school day but can’t seem to get the same behaviors at home.
Our specialist in educational psychology, Kaydon Schanberger was interviewed by San Diego Family Magazine to help provide parents with some clarity and tips for dealing with after school restraint collapse. Please head to our media page at the link in our bio for the full article!
Make your after school reunion a moment of genuine warmth and connection
Offer a healthy snack and water
Save your questions/ let your child lead the conversation
Allow time to unwind and re-connect
Remember that a restraint collapse meltdown is different from an intentional tantrum
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