Masterclass and Q&A with Dr. Ross Greene

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 @ 10:00am Pacific Time

If there’s one person who knows about the learning, social, emotional and behavioral challenges of bright & quirky kids, it’s the legendary Dr. Ross Greene. Thousands of families have been helped by his many books and Collaborative Problem Solving method. If you feel like your child’s teacher doesn’t ‘get’ your child or there are behavioral challenges at home yet to be solved, bring your questions for Dr. Greene!

In advance of Dr. Greene’s visit to the IdeaLab, you may want to:

Watch his talk in Summit 2019: https://test.brightandquirky.com/summit-2019/summit-2019-day-2/

Do the Walking Tour for Parents on his website: https://www.livesinthebalance.org/walking-tour-parents

Click the triangles below to automagically find each specific question in the recording:

1Debbie & Dr. Greene Intro
2Work refusal, 'low output,' underachievement, lack of engagement, school resistance
3Angels at school BUT when they get home and all hell breaks loose
4Kids are 'shut down' or their questions are met with 'I don't know.'
5Any competition is recipe for sure explosion, tears, and heartache for everyone involved. How to begin to address this issue?
6Plan A husband
7Follow up - how do we reprogram our brains from defaulting to Plan A
8It's hard to listen to teachers and coaches because they talk too much
9How do we get a screening of "The Kids We Lose"
10Suggestions for walking through the empathy and invitation steps
11Where to push/stretch (a delay in development) versus those lagging skills

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2 Comments

  1. Sara on March 16, 2019 at 10:29 am

    Dr Ross Green really clarifies the situation!!!! I learned today how oftentime I think global instead of dealing with one question.
    My child is selectively mute. Nowadays the muteness is against me. I was about to give him a note that I would like to ask him questions about him not wanting to talk to me. But now I wonder if that is to go global? Maybe I need to be more specific? Maybe this is to be more specific: When I ask him if he would like to do a sign for the world autism day march he turnes mute. Why is that?

    • Lisa on March 27, 2019 at 7:13 am

      Hi Sara, I am glad you enjoyed Dr. Greene’s session. I do believe you are on the right track with focusing on one question at a time. Feel free to submit your questions to us on our Q&A calls. Lisa with the B&Q Team

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