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The Less Stress School Year + Help Your Bright Child, with ADHD and Executive Function Struggles, Thrive
Does your bright child struggle at school with motivation, executive function, writing, making friends, anxiety, sensory overwhelm or realizing their potential?
If so, we've paired these 2 series with the top experts. Right now, you can get both at 75% off the regular price. Give your bright and quirky child the gift of their best school year yet.
Why is it so stressful for bright and quirky kids at school? Traditional schools were not made with our kids' advanced skills or lagging skills in mind.
Bright kids with ADHD, anxiety, learning differences like dyslexia, or on the autistic spectrum are complex and tend to struggle in school unless we put the right supports in place. When they’re not thriving in school, worry, self-esteem issues and hopelessness can take root. For parents, this can lead to exhaustion, burnout, endless worrying and loss of sleep.
Series 1: The Less Stress School Year Workshop Series
Featuring William Stixrud, PhD, author Self-Driven Child; Susan Baum, PhD author of Gifted & Disabled; Janine Halloran, LMHC, author of The Coping Skills for Kids Workbook and The Coping Skills for Teens Workbook; Caroline Maguire, author of Why Will No One Play with Me; and Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, LMFT. Highlights:
- Identify Your Bright & Quirky Child's School Strengths & Challenges to be Their Best Advocate
- Create a Daily Routine of Executive Function Habits to Empower Your Child's Success
- Insider Secrets to Help Bright & Quirky Kids Make Friends
- Back-to-School Coping Skills for Bright Kids who Worry about School
- Expert Tips for Bright Kids with Writing Anxiety, Who Don't Produce School Work
- Getting Unstuck: How to Re-engage and Motivate a Bright but Stuck Student
- How to Write a Strength-Boosted IEP or 504 Plan for Bright & Quirky Learners
Series 2: Help Your Bright Child, with ADHD and Executive Function Struggles, Thrive
Featuring Ned Hallowell, MD; Sharon Saline, PsyD; Clifford Sussman, MD; Michael Delman. MEd; William Dodson, MD; Renee Jain, MAPP; Seth Perler, MEd; Sarah Ward, CCC/SLP; Jessica McCabe; Sanford Newmark, MD; Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC; Thomas Brown, PhD; Stuart Shanker, DPhil; and Roberto Olivardia, PhD. Highlights:
- Being Bright with ADHD: What Matters Most
- How to Tame Screen Time & Homework Battles, and Find Motivation for School
- How to Melt Academic Resistance - Parts 1 and 2
- Planning Backwards to Move Forward for Executive Function Success
- Turning ADHD into a Child’s Greatest Asset
- Ferrari Engine/Bicycle Brakes: Helping Your Bright Child with ADHD Thrive
- Powerful Ideas from Integrative Medicine for 2e Kids with ADHD or Autism
- How to End the Parent-Child ADHD Stress Cycle
- Understanding High IQ Kids With ADHD, Autism and More
- How to Help Stressed Out, Depressed, or Shut Down Bright & Quirky Teens
When you sign up...
You get the videos, audios, and transcripts for both series, plus 5 bonuses
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Bonus: School Advocacy Toolkit
This 21 page "gold mine" will help you
effectively advocate for what your
child needs in school to thrive!
BONUS 1: Twice Exceptional Stories
Take a listen to these successful adults' bright and quirky journeys.
Dare to Dream, Better Days Are Coming!
How I Transformed My Life From Struggling Student to Successful Adult Living My Passion - Talk for Kids & Teens!
Scott Barry Kaufman, PhD
My Bright & Quirky Journey from the Principal's Office to Worldwide Stages - Talk for Kids & Teens!
How to Play Video Games Without Getting Hooked
Alok Kanojia, MD, MPH
BONUS 2: Design Supports at School
Learn from the top experts strategies to empower your uniquely wired child at school.
Can Your School Environment Support Your Child's Unique Needs?
Barry Prizant, PhD
Getting Your Bright & Quirky Child's Needs Met in School
What to Do When Kids Resist, Refuse or Don't Like School
Dr. Ross Greene
Quick Tips for Teachers: What to Do When Your Bright & Quirky Students Have Challenging Behaviors
Stephen Porges, PhD & Mona Delahooke, PhD
BONUS 3: Alternative Schooling & Homeschooling
Explore options for education beyond traditional public schools.
A Powerful Model for Enrichment, Homeschooling or Unschooling
Susan Baum, PhD
When School Isn’t Working for 2e Kids: Options for Education
How to Know When it's Time to Change Schools or Homeschool
Colleen Kessler, MED
When Kids Get Traumatized at School
Melanie Hayes, EdD
BONUS 4: Popular Sessions Bundle
Add wonderful tips and tools to your toolkit with some of our most popular expert sessions
What to Say to Raise a Uniquely Wired, Self-Driven Child
Ned Johnson, Author
Sage Advice on Becoming a Bright & Quirky Young Adult, From a Former Stanford Dean
Julie Lythcott-Haims, JD, MFA
Using Declarative Language To Decrease Power Struggles with Demand Avoidant Kids
Linda Murphy, CCC-SLP
What Parents Need to Know About Gifted Kids
Austina De Bonte, MEng
14 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you’re unsatisfied with the Bright & Quirky IdeaLab for any reason during your first 14 days, let us know to receive a full refund. After 14 days, you can cancel your membership anytime.
What Parents Have to Say About Learning with Bright & Quirky
I have learned more from these sessions than I have from any neuropsychologist, pediatrician, educator or counselor. I am grateful for all of the professionals who shared their knowledge and passion for these children.
These sessions were so helpful and informative for both clinicians and parents. I really enjoyed the selection of speakers and even though I have been a mental health practitioner for 30 years, I learned many new concepts.
I love the warmth and positive thinking throughout all the talks. The speakers are so inspirational and insightful. It's reassuring to know you're not alone through this challenging parenting journey.
We were in a place of confusion and hopelessness when it came to helping our 2e son. B&Q gave us the right education and tools to change our home life for the better. It is so empowering to know that you can educate yourself and improve your family's situation.
So much content in one place that is difficult to find elsewhere, and a unique viewpoint. Better explanation of how to parent our unique child than we have seen despite years of parenting books, parent coaching/therapy classes. The approach makes sense to us in light of our experience with our B&Q child and what has and has not worked in the past.
MEET YOUR HOST
Debbie Steinberg Kuntz, licensed marriage and family therapist and founder of Bright & Quirky, specializes in helping bright kids and families thrive beyond struggles related to ADHD, autism, dyslexia, anxiety and more. She hosts the Bright & Quirky Child Online Summit, which attracts over 25,000 families each year, and the Bright & Quirky IdeaLab parent learning community, with over 1,000 members. She earned her BA at Middlebury College and MA in Child, Couple and Family Therapy at Antioch University. She raised two bright and quirky boys and lives near Seattle.