Calmer kids, Calmer adults

Kids have big feelings. They can feel sad, angry, scared, or frustrated. And they don't always know how to handle it. 

But if they learn how to handle these big feelings now, they'll learn valuable skills to help them be calmer and more successful adults.

As developmental pediatricians and parents ourselves, we understand the struggle!

That's why we created this masterclass and toolkit for parents, to give you the tools you need to help your child learn... 

  • emotional regulation and handling big feelings
  • resilience and coping with stress
  • executive function skills which your child needs to stay organized and accomplish tasks

Part 1: Harness Your
Child's Brain

Many techniques for regulation don't work because they expect superhuman abilities. Even we adults don't have that kind of self-control! That's why it's important to work WITH your child's brain and not against it. Here's what you'll learn:  

  • Understanding your child's brain, so your child's uniqueness becomes a strength rather than as something we need to suppress
  • Fun ways to develop emotional regulation
  • Find out why PLAY is important in helping kid's brains learn emotional regulation - and how to do this even as busy parents

Part 2: Use Your Child's Senses

"Sensory Processing" is such a buzzword nowadays! But there are so many misconceptions about it. In this part, you'll learn:

  • Why is a lot of information about "sensory processing" or "sensory skills" on the internet misleading and causing unnecessary stress for parents
  • Why sensory processing is an important part of emotional regulation, learning, and behavior
  • Easy ways to help your child avoid the sensory overwhelm that leads to meltdowns

Part 3: A Step-by-Step Plan For Emotional Regulation

Get specific tools that you can use everyday to help your child learn emotional regulation. These are research-proven methods that any parent can do to help create a happy home and family life. 

  • A practical 5-step plan to building emotional regulation
  • In the middle of a tantrum or melt-down? Here are four quick and easy things you can do to help your child relax.
  • Science-backed strategies to help your kids cope with stress

Part 4: Executive Function Skills For Success

A big part of emotional regulation is developing executive function skills. The good news is this doesn't have to be as difficult or scary as it sounds. Here's what you'll get:

  • Skills that will help make everyday life easier, calmer, happier
  • Research-proven methods to set up your child for success
  • 18 fun and easy activities to help kids develop executive function skills

Get the tools to help your child build emotional regulation, and start having more calm and confidence.

  • Research-proven methods for teaching emotional regulation through play, enhancing sensory processing skills, steps to building emotional regulation, and activities to build executive function.
  • Online course brought to you by three developmental and behavioral pediatricians, so don't waste time searching for solutions and feeling confused by all the conflicting advice.
  • Watch whenever you want, whenever it works for your busy schedule as a parent. 
  • Handy PDF guides you can refer to quickly whenever you need them.

What parents are saying about this class...

Helped me so much with my twice-exceptional kids. I'd previously bought a course on the same topic for over $100 and it didn't even have the depth and insights that this course has.

Thank you so much for this class! I could listen to all of you all day :) This should be a required class for all parents.

All the inputs are so helpful.

Thank you so much Doctors. Your lectures gave me so much confidence as a parent.

Your Instructors
Dr. Janys Lim

Dr. Janys is a developmental and behavioral pediatrician practicing in Ontario, Canada. She's the contributor of the international textbook Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics, a facilitator in international projects related to child development, and a mom.

Dr. Jack Herrin

Dr. Jack is a developmental and behavioral pediatrician with clinical practices in Manila and Bulacan, Philippines. He's a dad too - and a member of the Board of Trustees, Philippine Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics.

Dr. Victoria Nolasco

Dr. Victoria is a developmental and behavioral pediatrician practicing in Manila, Philippines. She is the author of "Toddler Talking: Boost Your Child's Language and Brain Development in Three Easy Steps", host of the Discerning Parenting podcast, parent coach, and a mom.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will this work for kids of different ages?
    Yes! We've designed this course for parents of young kids, up to 12 years of age. We'll talk about how to adapt these to your child's developmental level.
  • But I don't have the time to go through an online course!
    We understand! We know how busy parenting life is. That's why we've distilled everything down to what you'll truly need to be able to apply these methods at home. The course is jam-packed with tips and strategies you can use immediately.

    If you're here, it's likely because tantrums, meltdowns, fights - anything to do with emotional regulation - are causing stress for you. And you've been searching for solutions (maybe even all over the internet) but they're not working for you.

    So this course will save you time. You can watch or listen to the lessons whenever it works for your schedule. Go through the material as quickly or as gradually as you want. Watch or listen over and over again as much as you need to, and you'll have convenient access using any device you own.
  • Do I need prior training or experience to be able to understand or implement this?
    No! Based on research and from our experiences working with families, we know that these are strategies that any parent can use at home, regardless of prior training or experience.
  • Why is the course priced so low compared to others on the topic?
    We know that difficulty with regulating emotions is a huge and common problem. We wanted to make this course accessible and affordable to more parents.

    At this low price, we cover a lot that many other more expensive programs don't cover. For example, many programs focus only on what to do when there are meltdowns - without addressing all the different factors on how to actually set up you and your child for success so they are less likely to happen.
  • Do you offer refunds?
    We're confident that you will get a ton of value from your purchase. In the extremely unlikely event that none of the strategies were helpful for you, send us an email within fourteen (14) days at and we'll give you a refund.

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