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Help your child by identifying the real reasons they are struggling, reduce their feelings of shame and self-doubt, and find targeted and effective treatment plans when you get skilled psychological, neuropsychological, or psycho-educational testing for your child. Learn more about Dr. Blevins' child behavior specialist and parent support services at EnildaClinic.com.
Let's talk about getting your kid's shoes on and getting out the door! We're using a rapid praising technique in this video to motivate your child to follow through with a command. Learn more about Dr. Blevins' child behavior specialty practice and parent supports at EnildaClinic.com.
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Dr. Blevins talks with parents about teaching their children to stay in their rooms until an appropriate morning hour, allowing parents to get much needed sleep! Learn more about Dr. Blevins and her child behavior specialist practice in Spokane, Washington at EnildaClinic.com

Parents can use praise to build up a routine, model steps in routines, and teach their children cues to start a routine independently. Help yourself and your little one have a great, relaxing day! Learn more about Dr. Blevins at EnildaClinic.com.

Dr. Leslie Blevins, in Spokane Washington, explains a values-centered approach for parents to help their children transition in the afternoon from school to home. This helps build attachment, reduce irritability, and improve homework and evening routine engagement. Dr. Blevins completes psychoeducational assessment with children and teens, and works with young children and their parents in therapy.

Dr. Blevins discusses praising as a tool to teach children values as well as to curtail "bad" behaviors. This is one video in a series on praising. To learn more about Dr. Blevins and her child psychology and parent support practice in Spokane, Washington, go to EnildaClinic.com.