Wits' End Parenting: Does Your Child Listen??
We believe that your child wants to work with you and make a positive contribution to their home- and/or school environment – and if they don’t, it’s because they haven’t yet learned how.
And we can teach you to teach them how. Here’s what our clients say happens as a result of working with us:
- Parents yell less
- Kids listen more
- Parents understand why their kids do what they do
- Parents and kids solve problems together so that everyone feels heard and everyone gets what they need
- Parents have new tools that can be used long-term, throughout the course of their kids’ development
We’ve worked with spirited kids and their families for over 20 years and we offer a range of family-coaching programs. Give us a call to learn more about how we can help!
[With] years of experience with families, Rebecah Freeling understands what makes “spirited” children tick and how they are different from the “easy” kids.
-- Helen F. Neville, BS RN, Author of Temperament Tools: Working with Your Child’s Inborn Traits
Wits' End Owner Rebecah Freeling's Bio:
Rebecah Freeling is a child behavior expert who specializes in kids with impulsivity, emotional volatility, difficulty “listening,” ADHD, aggression and bullying, and other problem behaviors. With a background in child education and child development, Rebecah has many years’ experience with kids at the far end of the difficult-behavior spectrum. Along with her coaching programs, which help parents resolve kids’ problem behavior quickly – and in a way that empowers everyone in the family – she has also developed The Agreement Game, a practical, step-by-step process for teaching cooperation and collaboration to strong-willed, "spirited" kids. Rebecah is the author of Your Rules Are Dumb: How to Maintain Your Parental Authority While Creating a Partnership With Your Spirited Child. She lives north of Berkeley with her partner and various cats.