In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I’m talking with childhood behavior coach and development specialist, Lauren Pace, about how parents can create an environment that empowers kids with ADHD and helps them thrive. This discussion isn’t about the interior design of your child’s spaces, but about the relationships, perspectives, understanding, and compassion we have with our kids and how that affects behavior and grit. Lauren packed a lot of powerful insights and strategies in this one episode. Listen in now!

“You can tell the same story in a way that paralyzes or in a way that empowers.”

 

 

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My Guest

Lauren Pace has a Master of Science degree in Human Development and Family Studies with a specialization in Infancy and Early Childhood. Lauren has worked in an preschool setting for seven years, as a lead teacher and now a child behavior coach to help the teachers. Lauren’s research includes the development of a curriculum to teach families to use positive behavior support with their child who had difficult behaviors. Her professional experience includes, teaching Parenting and Child Guidance to undergraduates at Utah State University. Lauren also educates parents on challenging behavior support strategies and much more at local child care centers, through social media, through online coaching and in parenting conferences throughout the state.

Where to Find Lauren

Website: Xolaurenpace.com
Facebook & Instagram: @xoparenting
Courses: Tantrums & Whining & Meltdowns, Oh My; Sibling Rivalry, conflict and communication support


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