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Recent Blog Posts

Dr. Lindsay Evans: Preparation for Time-Out


As I discussed in my last blog, decades of research have shown that, when used correctly, time-out is an effective discipline strategy for the majority of children. However, in order for it to be effective, parents need to be comfortable with the practice and have a clear understanding of when and how to use it. Below, I’ll walk you through Read More

Dr. Lindsay Evans: Time-Out! Are Parents Hurting Children With Them?


Most parents have probably heard of time-out and have likely tried it with their children. It is a practice promoted by many parenting experts (including pop culture “experts” such as Nanny 911), and few would describe it as a highly controversial approach. Recently, however, Time Magazine published an article by doctors Dr. Daniel Siegel and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson – Read More

Dr. Mike Brooks: Using the “Magic Ratio” for Positive Parenting


Positive Parenting and Relationships For this blog, I want to cover a positive parenting approach that is a much more effective alternative to corporal punishment. In my last blog, I reviewed why corporal punishment is an ineffective (and even counterproductive) strategy for managing children's behavior. Again, if one already believes corporal punishment is an effective behavior management strategy, then it is unlikely the Read More