Your Step-by-Step Plan to Diffuse Drama
When your child is having a big reaction — they’re being disrespectful, or melting down, or shutting down — how often do you wonder what to SAY and DO to get the drama to end more quickly?
After working with hundreds of families with at least one member with big emotions over the past 10+ years, I’ve seen firsthand what leads to fewer power struggles, less drama, and more connection, even when things are tough.
I can show you exactly how to diffuse the drama in the most effective way — while also building your child’s resilience and their trust in you.
I’m on a mission to help parents feel more in control while raising responsible, resilient, and confident kids.
If we haven’t met before, I’m Rachel Bailey, Parenting Specialist, speaker, podcaster, and creator OF the parenting academy and “Long Game Method” programs
I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, a certification in Positive Discipline, and have served parents as an ADHD coach, in-home mentor, therapist, and teacher of positive parenting techniques.
My work has been focused on improving the dynamics between family members and fostering responsible behavior, resilience, and healthy self-esteem in children (and adults!).
But if I’m being honest, my success isn’t based on any natural parenting abilities. I was not born to be a parent.
And if I didn’t do this for a living, I’d use the same “band-aid” strategies that I see most parents using. (You know — those strategies that don’t seem to lead to consistent results.)
It’s because I struggle as a parent sometimes that I know which tools you need to see long-term, positive results. I teach practical strategies because that’s what I need myself.
I’d love to teach you these tools as well, just as I’ve taught so many other parents so that you can finally feel more confident and in control… and feel good about the way you’re parenting.
Let’s get down to business
Your “5-Step Long Game Action Plan For Diffusing Dramatic Behavior” works like this:
FIRST, LEARN THE PLAN
How To Diffuse Dramatic Responses
This overview training offers an explanation of how to address drama effectively and respectfully. You’ll learn:
- The science behind dramatic responses, and what will make situations diffuse more (and less!) quickly
- How our usual responses are not only ineffective in the short run, but how they can have unintended negative affects
- What your child needs in order to learn resilience in the moment… and in the long run
THEN, learn what to say and do
Step-By-Step Technique Videos
You’ll also get access to five “how to” training videos that show you exactly how to handle dramatic situations… AND what you can do to ensure that you actually use those strategies:
- Video 1: What to say and not say in response to dramatic behaviors & responses (including disrespect and aggression)
- Video 2: How to NOT GET SUCKED IN to your child’s Yuck
- Video 3: How to understand your child’s behavior so you know how to handle it
- Video 4: How to stop “future thinking” so you can give your child what they need NOW
- Video 5: What to do when YOU’RE struggling… so that you can make this plan work
Together, these videos will help you create a personalized plan to use in situations you face.
finally, apply the techniques to your situation
Implement Your Plan
And finally, this plan also comes with worksheets that show you how to apply these trainings to YOUR situation so that…
- You can get through homework time with fewer power struggles and less stress
- You know how to support your child when they’re anxious
- You know what to do you hear your child saying mean things to themselves or others
- You know how to do this in a way that fosters long-lasting healthy self-esteem and resilience
Two Bonuses For Extra Support
I know you’ve probably already tried reading books or professional therapy sessions, and you may already have some idea of WHAT to do to parent the way you desire. But I want to make sure that you take action on this plan! So I’m including two bonuses to help you stay on track for the next two months.