Please answer the following questions:
- Is your child experiencing behavior problems at home or at school?
- Is your child taking medication that isn't improving behavior or you just don't like your child taking medication?
- Has your child been diagnosed with a behavior disorder such as ADHD, Oppositional/Defiant disorder, or Conduct disorder?
- Would you like to learn highly effective ways to discipline children?
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Top 10 Parenting Myths and Misconceptions
It is strongly recommended that this session be viewed prior to the other sessions as it depicts several beliefs that could limit or reduce improvement in your child's behavior. Unless these beliefs are identified and addressed, very little progress, if any, will be made regardless of how many videos you view. In addition, this session details factors to rule out before starting a behavior program for your child, factors that affect how we choose to raise children, how emotional problems affect child discipline, and what we should do if our beliefs and values are challenged when learning new skills. Video length: 1 hour, 3 minutes
Why Children Misbehave (Only available as a webinar)
In order to implement effective discipline for children, we first must have an understanding as to why children misbehave. If we discipline a child who misbehaves primarily because of a medical or emotional problem, the discipline imposed can be counterproductive. Children can misbehave for a variety of reasons. Most of the reasons why children misbehave can be controlled for and altered once identified. This powerful one-hour research-based session explores reasons for child misbehavior by examining the psychology, biology, social, and environmental factors that can contribute to child misbehavior. Since this webinar contains all the latest research regarding child misbehavior, it is constantly updated.
Creating Rules That Kids Follow
Believe it or not, there is a right and wrong way to establish rules for your child. If you establish rules incorrectly, you are liable to meet up with a lot of defiance and resistance. Even though rules on their own may not affect your child's behavior, rules can invite compliance and cooperation if designed correctly. This session details why children need to follow rules, factors to be aware of when establishing rules, and how to create effective household rules that your child will follow. Video length: 54 minutes
Teaching Compliance with Consequences
Your child's behavior may not improve by just enforcing rules. Rules simply define behavioral expectations and boundaries. That is why you need to establish appropriate consequences and discipline per rule. Establishing specific logical consequences that directly match specific rules is more effective than punishments in terms of changing behavior. This session details the definition of logical consequences verses punishments, the definition of learned helplessness and how it affects children, and how to develop effective logical consequences for your child. Video length: 1 hour, 1 minute
Shaping Behavior with Rewards
It is critical that with any behavior program, you design a reward system or a token economy system so that your child's behavior improves with rewards. Having children earn rewards invites compliance and cooperation as it focuses on your child's strengths. Simply enforcing rules and consequences can negatively affect your child as the focus is mostly on your child's weaknesses and faults. This session details what a token economy system is, why it is important to eventually extinguish the system, and how to develop an effective token economy system for your child. Video length: 1 hour, 13 minutes
Using Time-Outs and Groundings Effectively
Unless you were raised with time-outs and groundings implemented effectively, you might not be effective in implementing these disciplinary techniques on your child. This session details the complete implementation of these disciplinary techniques from what you should do to what you should say to your child. In addition, this session details what time-outs and groundings are supposed to accomplish and whether you should time-out or ground your child given their age and intellect. Video length: 1 hour, 1 minute
Enforcing Consequences with Restraints
Sometimes with younger children, expecting them to simply serve their consequence can be met with extreme defiance and opposition. At these times, you might need a little more reinforcement than what rules and consequences can provide. The baskethold restraint procedure is thoroughly discussed in this session in terms of how to place your child in one and what you should say to your child during the restraint. This restraint is intended to be a safe way to effectively manage your child when he/she fails to serve consequences, is physically out-of-control, combative, or engages in self-abusive behaviors. Video length: 39 minutes
Managing Anger Before It Manages Us
This session is a must to have in terms of recognizing how anger plays a part in how we discipline children. It also helps identify specific symptoms and signs when we are stressed and addresses several tools and techniques designed to alleviate or decrease stress and anger before it manages us. Everything taught in this session could be taught to your child in terms of teaching conflict resolution and anger management skills. In addition, this session details where anger comes from and how our thoughts affect our mood and behavior. Video length: 52 minutes
Talking So Kids Listen
The words we say have the power to raise up others or tear them down. Even though words cannot be smelled, tasted, held, or physically touched, this does not mean that words are meaningless. Words help emotionally mold, prepare, and motivate us to strive to become all that we can be. This session details ways to teach children how to express their feelings, identifies pitfalls to communication, the importance of family meetings, and several skills to help you improve your communication and relationship with your child. Video length: 1 hour, 24 minutes
Entire DVD/Downloadable Video Series
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The Sudden Compliance Program is designed to help children significantly and swiftly improve their behavior at home, school, and within the community, by teaching effective discipline for children without relying on medication, psychological or psychiatric services.
The Sudden Compliance Program addresses children of all ages, from birth to 17.
This program is intended for parents (especially of strong-willed or difficult children) and caregivers. However, educators, childcare workers, or anyone else who works or cares for children can benefit from the tools, skills, and strategies taught in this program.
This program comes in:
(Each approximately one-hour in length)
You could purchase the DVD's or videos separately or as a set. Because the DVD's and videos were recorded in sequence, it is recommended that you purchase the series as it would be difficult to implement the skills taught from one DVD or video if you first have not begun implementing the skills from the prior DVD or video.
Absolutely not! Discontinuing, reducing, or increasing medication should only be left to the discretion of the prescribing physician. Discontinuing therapy services should be left to the discretion of the therapist. The Sudden Compliance Program can act as a supplement but not as a substitute in the event that your child is presently receiving psychiatric or psychological services.
In 1986, Mr. Lakewood earned his Bachelors degree in Social Work at George Williams College, Downers Grove, Illinois. In 1987, while enrolled in the advanced standing program, Mr. Lakewood earned his Masters degree in Social Work at Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois.
Mr. Lakewood developed and facilitated a parenting program for parents of strong-willed children, Techniques In Parenting Skills (TIPS), that gained local recognition. This program taught parents strategies and techniques to help them effectively manage their children's behavior. He also created and developed the Intensive Family Therapy (IFT) model, an observational/interactive technique, which uses teachable moments to help parents learn, develop, and implement effective parenting skills and techniques. Please click here to read his complete biography.
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Could I have a complete refund in the event my child's behavior does not improve with this parenting skills program?
Yes. Building Strong Families National Seminars is offering a 30-day complete refund if your child's behavior does not improve. However, this refund only applies to those that purchase the DVD/downloadable video series or attends the webinar series. The DVD's must be returned without damage.
You will not be charged for shipping and handling expenses.
What if I need additional support to implement the skills, tools, and strategies taught in this parenting skills program?
Free unlimited email support will be offered to those that attend or purchase any session of the Sudden Compliance Program. You will be able to directly email Mark Lakewood, Support@StrongFamilies.us, with any questions concerning any tools, strategies, or techniques taught in the program.
Yes. Those requesting a Certificate of Completion will be asked to pass a short quiz as proof that they viewed the program via DVD or downloadable video. Those that attend the webinar sessions will receive a certificate without having to pass a quiz. If DVD's/Videos are purchased one at a time, a Certificate of Completion will be provided per DVD/video viewed. However, if you purchase the DVD/video series, one Certificate of Completion will be provided. A link to the quizzes will be emailed to you.