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Big Emotions
Little Bodies

Get the tools and perspectives to help your child deal with big emotions at every stage of their brain development - with far less stress, frustration and overwhelm.

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Why this program?

Big emotions can feel overwhelming for anyone - and even more so in young children, whose developing brains are still learning how to deal with unwanted surprises and unmet demands.


So what do you do when you tell them “no ice cream for dinner”  and they start crying uncontrollably? Or when they simply won’t put the iPad down, or refuse to go to bed?


The Big Emotions, Little Bodies program gives you fascinating insights into how your child’s brain navigates moments of chaos and conflict - and most importantly, shows you how to guide them towards calmness, self-awareness - and - ultimately the ability to regulate their own emotions.


Program Highlights:

The scientific (yet straightforward) way to nurture emotional intelligence:

The science may be complex, but helping your child build emotional intelligence is surprisingly simple once you know how.

What to do when you mess up:

the best thing you can do after a not-so-proud parenting moment (and how your child can grow stronger from your mistakes when approached correctly).

How to help your child manage big emotions:

once you know the key differences between a child and adult brain, you'll find it far easier to help your child navigate situations that may otherwise overwhelm them.

Strong emotional intelligence through deeper bonding:

how your relationship with your child can be your biggest asset in nurturing emotional intelligence.

Why stress is unavoidable, but being stressed out isn't:

gain instantly effective tools and techniques to help your child become far more resilient to the stresses of daily life.


What's included

  • Lifetime access to 6 easy-to-follow videos where Evelyn Mendal, LMHC, walks you through everything you need to know on temperaments

  • Worksheets with key takeaways and practical strategies to apply with your kids

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