Still feel like you are banging your head against the wall when trying to teach The Son-Rise Program® techniques to your support team?
Feeling stressed & overwhelmed?
Want to be stronger in the face of a world that tells you that your child is problematic, their future is dim, and you are ill-equipped to help?
We have a solution for you!
You know how important attitude is to your Son-Rise Program. Now you can strengthen yours while ensuring that your team does, too! Feeling overwhelmed is not an event, its a point of view. It comes from what you’re thinking and believing about events (and yourself). Strengthening your understanding of The Happiness GPS® is THE KEY to overturning your feelings of overwhelm.
There may be many people in your world who don’t believe in your child, aren’t supportive, and don’t believe in you. You do not have to buy the beliefs they’re selling!!! You can use The Happiness GPS to create and bolster the empowering, motivating beliefs and perspectives that will keep your program on track and support your child.
Your support team is a key factor to your success – you explain, you teach, you inspire – but find they don’t change. That’s not an issue of understanding a technique. That’s an attitude issue. If they are emotionally uncomfortable, they won’t be able to use the techniques or improve their effectiveness with your child. The cure: have them take The Autism Attitude Advantage, where they can learn to understand the importance of their attitude and use The Happiness GPS to change it!
Cultivating comfort and happiness creates clarity with your Son-Rise Program team, which then enables them to:
- Become more inviting for your child to connect with.
- Have more fun and energy in the playroom.
- Enjoy being with your child more.
- Be more motivated and confident as you implement your program.
- Continue to improve at implementing the techniques.
“First, I used the training to change my own life – to get more comfortable with some of my son’s more challenging behaviors. This enabled me to be present with him rather than worrying about whether he might do this forever.
Second, I used it with my volunteers. I found this made all the difference and meant that I could keep volunteers effective in the playroom and engaged with the techniques.”