Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW role plays with Kate Raidt the most effective way to communicate with your kids.
More and more children are growing up with broken relationships with their parents. Parenting expert Katie Malinski LCSW shares the basic fundamentals parents should follow in order to grow a healthy, strong relationship with their children.
Are you having trouble getting your kids off the couch? Do you want your children to make better grades in school? Be more physically active? Join a sports team? Or participate in a service project? Motivating a child or teenager isn’t always easy, but if you follow the three steps below you are almost guaranteed to discover a whole new child:
Oh boy! Getting several toddlers together for a play date can be…a learning experience. I considered investing in a really fancy whistle until I learned that there are several steps I can take to help make play dates easy, breezy for both me, my kids and their playmates. Cover the rules with your kids before […]
Many people think that the effects of bullying go away as kids get older and find different friends to hang out with. But this isn’t so.
You might think that giving your children academic advantages in early life—things like the best schools, lessons, or extra tutoring are the most helpful things you can do to help them get ahead and thereby set them up for an adulthood full of happiness. However, as it turns out, childhood academic success isn’t the most important factor in supporting adult happiness.
Does your child fight with playmates? Does your child have trouble sharing? Katie Malinski, LCSW, coaches a family with an 8-year old son on how to overcome trouble with playmates.