Why Do This Course?

As a parent it is important to stop your child being aggressive when they’re angry.
 It’s also crucial to know exactly what to do if your child does hit out, to make it less likely that they will be aggressive in the future.

Although you may feel that, in time, the aggression will settle down, it is much better to deal with violent outbursts, before your child gets into trouble at school.

It is also best to tackle violence or aggression before a child reaches their teenage years, and grows taller and stronger than you.

As a parenting expert, I have helped many families whose children are getting into trouble at school, and some who have been excluded or expelled from school for aggression towards pupils or staff. 

It is much better to get help at an early stage than to risk aggression damaging your child’s reputation or education.

Are you ready to learn more about how to stop your child hitting out?

You can purchase the online course '1 Hour to Solve Aggressive Behaviour in Children' by clicking the link.

What Will You Learn?

On the course you'll learn

  • 16 Steps to Stop Your Child Being Aggressive
  • What to do if Your Child Does Hit Out.

Don’t miss out on this incredibly useful course, to learn the skills to deal with your child’s aggression

What's Included in the Course?

  • 1

    Welcome

    • Welcome to 1-Hour To Solve Aggressive Behaviour In Children

    • Before You Start

  • 2

    Why Do Children Become Aggressive?

    • Understanding Aggressive Behaviour In Children

    • Understanding Aggresion in Children

  • 3

    16 Steps to Tackle Aggression In Children

    • Introduction to the 16 steps

    • Step 1: Help your child name their feelings and show empathy

    • Step 2: Set up a rule to explain what you WANT your child to do when they’re angry

    • Step 3: Set an example

    • Step 4: Comment when your child shows self-control

    • Step 5: Give attention to the right behaviour

    • Step 6: Give your child rewards for showing self-control

    • Step 7: Teach your child to be assertive using ‘social coaching’

    • Step 8: Teach your children to resolve arguments

    • Step 9: Set up an ‘angry corner’

    • Step 10: Have a family meeting to help your child to understand the impact of violence at home

    • Step 11: Get your child to practice acceptable behaviour

    • Step 12: Ask the right questions

    • Step 13: Help your child plan different responses using visualisation or role play

    • Step 14: Help your child by tackling the cause of the aggression

    • Step 15: Allow play fighting and rough and tumble with agreed rules

    • Step 16: Do everything you can to stop your child hitting out

  • 4

    What to do if Your Child Does Actually Hit Out

    • What to do if your child actually does hit out

    • Learning from mistakes

  • 5

    Finishing Off

    • Need more help?

    • ...and finally

Who is Your Teacher?

Elizabeth O'Shea

I’m Elizabeth O’Shea, a parenting coach, author, speaker, child behavioural expert and the director of Parent 4 Success, which I set up 9 years ago. I am one of the leading parenting specialists in the UK. I appear regularly on BBC TV and Radio. With over 30 years’ experience of raising children and supporting parents in raising theirs, I can guide you to resolve you child's behaviour issues with tips and techniques that WORK! I have four children of my own so have first-hand experience of dealing with the demands of providing 24 hour care for children and all their challenges.

Here's What Parents are Saying:

My Daughter is Calmer and More Compliant

by Heidi Pannell

Now my daughter is calmer and more compliant. Our relationship has improved dramatically – She is able to calm down after being angry and shows a lot of remorse quickly afterwards.

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