Learn how to handle your child’s challenging behaviors and bring more peace and enjoyment into your home.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can cause children to struggle in starting and planning out tasks. Kids often lie as a way to cope and have difficulty with attention and impulsivity.
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) causes children to have severe mood changes, tend to be angry, and usually display persistent and regular defiance with authority figures.
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) can cause children to be over or under sensitive to a number of things; like clothing that feels scratchy, bright lights, loud noises, certain food textures, and even touch. SPD can also cause poor balance.
Children with depression are often fatigued, have low energy levels, and may complain of stomachaches and/or headaches that do not respond to treatment. May have feelings of worthlessness or guilt, but unable to verbally express what they are experiencing.
Anxiety can cause children to feel nervous, restless or tense, panic or doom, and trouble concentrating. It can also cause physical symptoms in a child, like an increased heart rate, rapid breathing (hyperventilating), sweating, trembling, and feeling weak or tired.
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) can cause unexplained withdrawal, fear, sadness, or irritability in children. It can make children avoid seeking comfort or show no response when comfort is given. Children with RAD tend to be destructive, impulsive, irresponsible, and show defiant behavior.
The Mad to Glad Blueprint helps to manage behaviors in children associated with these type of neurological disorders*.
* All of these disorders require a medical diagnosis by a qualified physician and cannot be diagnosed through the Mad to Glad program.
Learn positive, specific tools, from course creator Samantha Moe, who presents a brain-based approach to creating more peace at home.