The everything toddler class
All you need to know to successfully manage through the toddler years, from navigating tantrums to toddler autonomy
(We promise you'll be glad you did)
A little about this course
This all-in-one online class gives you all you need to handle, well, everything toddler: tantrums, potty training, hitting, sleep + much more
Increase the connection between you and your child
Remain calm, confident and in charge in the face of your toddler’s big emotions and outbursts
Feel empowered in your parenting and reduce tension in your home
Eliminate the guesswork and confusion from your parenting with practical tools and strategies
Learn to effectively manage your own stress and big emotions
From tantrums to hitting, potty training to sleep, screaming to power struggles… it’s all in this class
Dr. Siggie Cohen
Practical solutions, step-by-step scripts, and precise tools to manage your toddler's most common behaviors of...
Exactly what to do and say when your toddler has a tantrum at home or in public
Middle of the night wake-ups
Needing your help to fall asleep
Stalling before bedtime
Coming into your room at night
Transitioning from a crib to a bed
Hitting, biting, pushing, scratching, pinching...
How to respond when your toddler hits or bites you, another child or themselves. Exactly how to set realistic boundaries to these behaviors while emotionally supporting your toddler
A potty training technique THAT WORKS with no pressure and no stress.
Socialization & Independence:
Sharing and taking turns
Play date meltdowns
Saying NO all the time
And so much more!
Screaming, picky eating, throwing food, pacifiers and thumb sucking, running away from you...and more :)
How to use this course
Quick visualization exercise
Introduction to principles
Happy is not the goal
It's not a crisis
Healthy emotions, healthy behaviors
The EBP method: explained
Toddler tantrums: what is a tantrum?
Toddler tantrums: what to do at home
At home example
Toddler tantrums: what to do in public
Toddler tantrums: final thoughts
Toddler autonomy: what is autonomy anyway?
Toddler autonomy: what to do
Toddler autonomy: examples
Toddler autonomy: quick tip!
Toddler autonomy: final thoughts
Toddlers + food
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: why?
Hitting, throwing & more: what to do (typical)
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: example (typical)
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: quick tip!
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: what to do (aggressive)
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: example (aggressive)
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: self harm
Toddler hitting, throwing & more: quick tip!
Toddler social skills: introduction
Copy of How to use this course
Toddler social skills: example
Toddler social skills: to share or not to share
Toddler potty training tips
Toddler thumb sucking & pacifiers
Your course is divided into 7 sections, with each section covering all you need to know about a main topic (like tantrums, hitting or sleep!)
Each section is composed of short videos (from 2 min to 6 min long) where Dr. Siggie presents and explain all your tools, scripts and strategies.
Dr. Siggie reviews multiple real-life examples in each section, including precise information on how to manage behaviors and emotions. She'll go over exactly what you can say and do.
Each section is completed with a CHEAT SHEET you can download, print out and keep handy for easy reference whenever you need. This is your "cliff notes" to have ready and accessible anytime you need :)
As many times as you'd like :)
Watch on your phone, your computer or stream to your TV.
We know you are busy! That's why each video is only between 2 min to 6 min long and very digestible and accessible.
At the end of each of the main sections there is a downloadable PDF "cheat sheet" that includes all your most important scripts and tips.
Almost like cliff notes.
Save it to your phone, put it on your fridge, in your bag... anywhere it will be most helpful to you and your family.
Short answer : no, you can hop around as you'd like.
Dr Siggie does, however, recommend starting with the foundational principles and intro to toddlerhood as a foundation... and then you can jump to any of the behaviors you're currently struggling with.
The strategies in this course are as much for you as they are for your child. For many, my method involves "re-working" the parenting style you're used to and grew up with. That takes time, patience and a lot of practice. Never too soon to start :)
If your child is an "older toddler" (age 3 to 3.5), you can absolutely benefit from the strategies and tools in this guide.