In this video Julie King, be, addressing how children perceive their screen-time usage, why it’s so hard to transition them off, and some key tips to help make these transitions smoother for parents!
Don’t miss Julie at our conference in April where she will be speaking on “How to Talk so Kids Will Listen”
What you will learn in her workshop:
“How To Talk So Kids Will Listen” is an experiential, effective and highly engaging program for parents and caregivers. We’ll do practice exercises and role-plays, share tools, tips and scripts for common challenges, and answer your questions. You’ll leave the session with practical strategies that you can implement immediately to improve communication and discipline and strengthen your relationships at home.
Julie King is the co-author, with Joanna Faber, of the new book How To Talk When Kids Won’t Listen: Whining, Fighting, Meltdowns, Defiance, & other Challenges of Childhood, as well as the best selling book, How To Talk So LITTLE Kids Will Listen: A Survival Guide to Life with Children Ages 2-7, which has been translated into 28 languages world-wide. She and Joanna also collaborated on the companion app HOW TO TALK: Parenting Tips in Your Pocket, and the app Parenting Hero.
Julie leads workshops in person and online, consults with parents of children ages two to teens by phone and video, and speaks publicly to schools, businesses and parent groups across the United States and internationally. She received her AB from Princeton University and a JD from Yale Law School. Julie and her husband live in the San Francisco Bay Area, where they are visited now and then by their three grown children. Visit her website at www.julieking.org, on Facebook @faberandking, or on Instagram @HowToTalk.forParents.