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Sleeping Through The Night: How Infants, Toddlers, and Their Parents Can Get a Good Night’s Sleep
Potty Training in 3 Days: The Step-by-Step Plan for a Clean Break from Dirty Diapers
We love following @BusyToddler on Instagram for quick and easy ways to keep Quick and easy ways to keep toddlers busy. The site is curated by a former teacher who has a great handle on what is developmentally appropriate for kids.
For those times when screen time can be a necessary and useful tool, starfall.com has a great app for teaching preschool aged kids early literacy and early math skills
For infant sleep concerns, this profile offers free and paid services to help you create consistent, health sleep patterns for your young child through the early stages of infant development.
This is a book full of practical strategies and easy-to-understand research about how to help your child with ADHD/executive functioning difficulties
This is a great self-help workbook for learning emotion regulation.
Freedom from Your Inner Critic: Taming the inner critic and voices from your past — this is a great resource for combating self-doubt & judgment.
The third book in the series by executive functioning experts Dawson and Guare – if you can relate to the title, there’s lots of tips and action items in this book: How to Use Your Brain’s Executive Skills to Keep Up, Stay Calm, and Get Organized at Work and at Home
When is it time to see a therapist?
We can all use a little help with this!
Proven methods to go beyond “managing” stress and depression and move towards a truly meaningful life.
Parents, this one in the series is for you: Smart but Scattered–and Stalled: 10 Steps to Help Young Adults Use Their Executive Skills to Set Goals, Make a Plan, and Successfully Leave the Nest
I Said This, You Heard That A workbook with related videos and assessments to help you improve communication.