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Setting Effective Boundaries

Discover how to nurture a healthy sense of discipline and self-control by setting boundaries, creating a structured environment, and managing impulsive behaviors with love and empathy.

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Why this program?

Setting boundaries can often feel like a chore, especially when your child questions and tests them. Yet, when approached correctly, clear boundaries and a structured environment become a deeply rewarding platform for growth, exploration, and strong parent-child attunement.


And as you’ll soon discover, you can even set boundaries with an abundance of love and empathy - with no lack of firmness!


In the Setting Effective Boundaries program, you’ll get all the tools and techniques you need to create a constructive sense of structure and rules of engagement in every area of you and your child’s life.


Program Highlights:

The key difference between discipline and punishment:

follow these simple steps to encourage discipline and set limits with love and empathy, and without harsh punishments that can damage your relationship.

Reducing impulsiveness and reactiveness in yourself:

sometimes, your child's unwanted behaviors can cause you to lose control. Here's how to stay more mindful and self-aware, no matter what's going on around you.

How your parenting style impacts your path to discipline:

discover what kind of parent you really are, and how to nurture discipline through the lens of your unique parenting style.

Discipline through fun and play:

discipline doesn't need to be boring! Explore effective ideas for increasing cooperation and setting boundaries by having fun together.

The best way to manage impulsive behaviors:

try this the next time your child bites, kicks, or throws a tantrum - and watch as they quickly calm down (hint: it doesn't involve time outs, which often do more harm than good).


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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