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Helping diagnosed children find their superpowers
Robyn Koslowitz Ph.D.
“Why should I bribe my child to behave? He's supposed to!” Well, yes. And adults are supposed to show up to work, but would you, without your paycheck? Rewards are not bribes.
Are you walking on eggshells because your kid is so unpredictable? Create some order out of the chaos with Antecedent Analysis.
Do you feel erratic when parenting your child? Are you unsure when to be firm and when to give in? Do you have Parental Self-Doubt Syndrome? You need a unified parenting theory.
Are you parenting a diagnosed child? He's not a problem, he's a superhero in disguise. Teach him the skills to help him access his inner superhero, and watch him soar.
Robyn Koslowitz, Ph.D., is a licensed school psychologist and clinical psychologist and educational director of the Targeted Parenting Institute.