Enforcing Consequences With Restraints Webinar





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Published on May 26, 2013 - Is your child experiencing behavior problems at home or at school? Does your child exhibit physically out-of-control and combative behavior especially when being disciplined? Do you sometimes avoid disciplining your child in fear of his/her combative reaction to the discipline? Would you like to learn a simple and safe method how to restrain a child safely to protect you and your child from harm during disciplinary procedures and at the same time, encourage your child to serve his/her consequence?

If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, the Enforcing Consequences With Restraints one-hour live webinar is for you!

Hi. My name is Mark Lakewood, CEO of Building Strong Families National Seminars. Having been a mental heath clinician for decades, I worked almost exclusively with parents on child behavior management and with oppositional kids of all ages. I recently developed the Sudden Compliance Program that empowers parents with all the necessary skills to help them better manage their strong-willed child.

This powerful webinar explores how to physically restrain a child safely if serving consequences is met with extreme defiance, opposition, and violence. When kids become combative and violent, parents might need a little more reinforcement than what rules and consequences can provide. The baskethold restraint is thoroughly discussed in terms of its implementation and what parents should say to their child during the restraint to deescalate the situation. The baskethold restraint is intended to be a safe way to effectively physically manage child misbehavior when kids fail to serve consequences due to physically out-of-control, combative, or self-abusive behaviors.

Additionally, this webinar explores:
1 How to physically restrain a child safely,
2 What a baskethold restraint is and when it should be used,
3 How to implement a baskethold restraint,
4 The do's and don'ts of implementing a baskethold restraint, and
5 Anticipated reactions to the implementation of a baskethold restraint.

As our gift for attending, you will receive a free copy of the "Standing Up To Bullying" computer and card game. This game, designed to teach kids anti-bullying skills, can be played in classrooms, homes, or therapy settings.

All that is required from you is a computer with cable or DSL Internet connection and computer speakers.

At the conclusion of the webinar, a Certification of Completion will be emailed to you.

For a limited time, the cost to attend this webinar is only $9.95. All major credit and debit cards are accepted.

If you would like to attend this webinar but the scheduled dates and times are inconvenient, you can always request this webinar be scheduled at a day/time most convenient to you.

If you would like more information about this webinar or register to attend, please visit us at

Raise your child with confidence by registering to attend this webinar today!


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