Calm your son's anger by helping him to self-soothe and collaboratively solving his problem together.
Boys brains are different, therefore approaches to help boys need to be tailored to their unique strengths and weaknesses.
Support you son's emotions by attending to his non-verbal cues, helping him label his emotions, validating his emotions, and offering support.
To get your son to do what you want first focus on connecting with him, and then give him consequences rather than verbal instructions when he misbehaves.
Get your son to open up by doing activities together, standing side by side, asking about his interests, and validating his emotions.
Help your kids feel calm during COVID by scheduling calming activities and helping them to name and regulate their emotions.
There are many reasons most guys hate counselling. Some of the most common are men aren't good at describing their emotions, they can become aggressive when stressed, it goes against the guy code, and they don't believe it will help.