Behavior that is disruptive or impulsive can cause serious problems at home and at school. Steven Kurtz, PhD, ABPP, senior director of our ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders Center, explains how to adapt your parenting and teaching strategies to help your child or student cope with his anger. You'll learn behavioral techniques used to reduce disruptive behavior and improve a child's relationship with his family and teachers. These techniques will include those used in the treatment of disruptive behavior at the Child Mind Institute as well exciting training opportunities for teachers and other professionals.
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