"You Can't Make Me!" Toilet Training Edition
When it comes to toilet training, every child has their own timeline based on both physical and psychological readiness. Though well intended, parents can often become over involved in the process resulting in all kinds of challenging behavior including power struggles. With the goals of children learning to use the toilet, practice personal hygiene, and developing a positive attitude toward self care -- on their own timeline -- this one hour webinar will cover:
- How and when to start toilet training
- Common challenges
- When to take a break
Dana Spencer is a Certified Parent Educator with the Parent Encouragement Program. The parent of three boys, a young adult and two teenagers, she has now experienced every stage of PEP parenting. Dana is a big believer in the value of integrating PEP principles into daily family life as early as possible. As such, many of her efforts at PEP have been focused toward working with the parents of toddlers, preschoolers and early primary while parenting a middle schooler, a high schooler and a college student. She has a BA in Communication and a Masters in Business Administration. Her favorite part of life remains raising these three amazing boys.
"Hope to use the steps offered. Real life examples are always really helpful.
--Participant, PEP Online