I developed this 5-step approach to time-in to empower parents to feel confident in their ability to navigate meltdowns and aggressive behaviour in a way that is relationship-building and brain-building for their little ones.

 

Grounded in Attachment Science, Developmental Psychology, Neuroscience, and Interpersonal Neurobiology.

 

  • What do we mean when we talk about “time-in”?
  • Why is time-in the recommended approach for navigating big feelings?
  • How do I do time-in with my children?
  • How can I make time-in work with more than one child?
  • How should we handle aggressive attacking behaviours?
  • Why you don’t need a Calm Space for Time-in.

 

This 20 page guide will answer all of these questions and more. With suggested scripts and a five-step model, it will walk you through the process of remaining emotionally available to your child during their toughest moments and biggest feelings.

Time-In: A Guide for Navigating Big Emotions with Connection.

£9.99Price

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    Hilary

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    I took "the complete course" on successful separations and I learned so much! I learned how to support my son at home and at daycare so that he feels safe, loved and cared for. There were so many tips I never would have thought of, plus clear and easy to implement advice. It is very hard to find advice and guidance that aligns with attuned, responsive, conscious, gentle parenting - that is also evidence based. Rest assured that Kimberley knows how to protect your child's emotional wellbeing with the neuroscience to back it up. Today was my little one's first hour alone at daycare and he rocked it! I fully believe he did so well because of how prepared and knowledgeable I was because of taking this course. I feel so much better and confident in my abilities. Thank you!