Printable Guide: How to Help Kids with Transitions

Note, this guide is a printable, digital download. Digital downloads are non-refundable. This guide is included for free with our routine sets.

Learn how to end the Terrible Twos and Threes using a routine chart. Mighty + Bright's guide is written by our founder, Sara Olsher, and children's psychologist Dr. Melissa Lambert. 

Full of clear, actionable advice, this 10-page guide details how to use a routine chart to help your kids through transitions big + small, written by both a psychologist and someone who has been there.

You'll learn:

  • the science behind this method of talking to kids (based on decades of attachment research)
  • how to start the conversation
  • how to help kids who get anxious anticipating events + new or changing childcare situations
  • how to use the Mighty + Bright routine chart
  • ideas for connecting with your kids

Dr. Melissa Lambert has a PsyD. in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and has experience with cross-cultural + diversity issues, substance abuse, and child trauma. Her practice is based in Austin, Texas.

 

Copyright 2018 © Mighty + Bright 
Not for reproduction or distribution outside of www.mightyandbright.com.

Printable Guide: How to Help Kids with Transitions

$2.00
Printable Guide: How to Help Kids with Transitions

Printable Guide: How to Help Kids with Transitions

$2.00
$2.00

Note, this guide is a printable, digital download. Digital downloads are non-refundable. This guide is included for free with our routine sets.

Learn how to end the Terrible Twos and Threes using a routine chart. Mighty + Bright's guide is written by our founder, Sara Olsher, and children's psychologist Dr. Melissa Lambert. 

Full of clear, actionable advice, this 10-page guide details how to use a routine chart to help your kids through transitions big + small, written by both a psychologist and someone who has been there.

You'll learn:

  • the science behind this method of talking to kids (based on decades of attachment research)
  • how to start the conversation
  • how to help kids who get anxious anticipating events + new or changing childcare situations
  • how to use the Mighty + Bright routine chart
  • ideas for connecting with your kids

Dr. Melissa Lambert has a PsyD. in Clinical Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and has experience with cross-cultural + diversity issues, substance abuse, and child trauma. Her practice is based in Austin, Texas.

 

Copyright 2018 © Mighty + Bright 
Not for reproduction or distribution outside of www.mightyandbright.com.

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