Episode 23: Strategies for Behavioral Change, with Dr. Marcie Beigel

May 24, 2017

Dr. Marcie Beigel is the author of the #1 Bestseller “Love Your Classroom Again.” She is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctorate, and also earned a Doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University and has a New York State Certification as a Special Education Teacher and Administrator. Over her 20 years of working in behavior, she has helped thousands of families and educators master behavior in the small beings in their care. She is a columnist at New York Parenting and has recently been a guest expert on NBC, Fox, and Pix11.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

  • The three key principles for communicating with and having a great relationship with your kids
  • The importance of encouraging your teen to share their point of view and what they are experiencing
  • The power of validating your teen’s point of view
  • Helping teens differentiate between positive and negative attention
  • How you can help shape your child’s story in the early years
  • The biggest stressors for teens today and their impact
  • How some conditions that are being coded as ‘medical’ can be changed behaviorally
  • Behaviorally ‘changing the loop’ to help break feelings of anxiety
  • Teaching your teens how to problem solve for themselves
  • The toughest challenge around changing behavior: consistency
  • The Behavior Boost Program @ www.drmarcie.com