WHAT WE DO
Our focus is to help parents and educators solve difficult behavioural issues. Using positive tools and language, we create custom parenting plans suitable to the developmental stage of your child. A Child’s Perspective encourages parents by working together to provide solutions to your individual needs.
Shannon is a mother of three with a degree in Theatre and Development. Shannon taught theatre, using it as a tool for the encouragement of personal growth and confidence in young students. Upon completing the Child Behaviour Certification Program with The Early Years, Shannon acquired language and tools to help guide parents through communicating more effectively and positively with their children. Shannon’s message is, once we stop equating “misbehaving” with disrespect, we can transform our thoughts from problems and issues to those of teachable moments.,
Shannon is available for private consultations and group workshops. Group workshops can be customized to your group size and personal needs. Shannon is also available for in class observing and reporting. Each service is available to parents and educators.
Free 15 minute phone consult: Book 15 minutes for answers to your immediate questions.
One hour consultations that take place in person or via Skype. In these consults we discuss your specific questions and concerns. After each consult, a personalized recap will be sent to you highlighting our positive parenting tools and solutions. These may be used to tackle your most difficult behaviour concerns.
Workshops designed to examine hot topics and struggles anywhere from picky eaters to temper tantrums. Workshops, with a group of 5+, can be customized to fit your needs.
OBSERVING AND REPORTING
Educators deal with many different issues simultaneously throughout their day. If you are concerned about your child’s behaviour at school, we offer the service of observing your child in their educational setting. Observations are noted in a detailed report and from there, suggestions can be made to work on the issue at hand. It should be noted that the child is not aware of the observation. In this manner, we have the opportunity to be “a fly on the wall” and learn what routines look like from the perspective of your child.