What to Share with School Staff about Challenging Behaviors, with Mona Delahooke

Have you noticed that your bright and quirky child seems to lose energy or focus more quickly than their neurotypical peers? Do they have challenging behaviors in the classroom?

If so, it’s important to understand the concept of the “body budget” and how it affects behavior at school and at home. Listen as Mona Delahooke, PhD, clinical psychologist and author of Brain-Body Parenting, offers a paradigm shift and shares what we can say to school staff to support our kids’ unique nervous system and behaviors.

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