2-Part Virtual Parenting Webinar for Families Navigating Difficult Behaviours

Target Population: This 2-part virtual webinar is for parents that are looking to gain parenting skills for children that are exhibiting challenging behaviours at home.

Part 1: February 8th, 2023, 6:45pm-7:45pm

Part 2: February 15th, 2023, 6:45pm-7:45pm

Cost: Free


  • Comprehensive intake questionnaires to assess your family’s concerns
  • 1 hour parent group regarding Parent Management Training
  • 1 hour parent group regarding Collaborative Proactive Solutions
  • Summary report outlining recommendations and resources for your family

Therapist: Both sessions will be provided virtually by Dr. Natalie Frost, clinical psychologist and supervised by Dr. Dan Dalton, clinical psychologist.

Dr. Natalie Frost, C.Psych is a Clinical and School Psychologist who provides psychological services for preschoolers, children, adolescents, and families. She obtained her Master’s and PhD from the University of Windsor (Ontario) and is a Registered Psychologist through the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Natalie has worked in a variety of school, hospital, and private practice settings offering families support for a range of mood and behavioural concerns, learning difficulties, attention difficulties, developmental delays, fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). 

Topics to be discussed are drawn from Dr. Alan Kazdin's Parent Management Training and Dr. Ross Greene's Collaborative Proactive Soluations:

  • Family strengths and resilience
  • Observing and recording behaviours
  • Reinforcement for positive behaviours
  • Response to unwanted behaviours
  • Collaborative problem solving
  • And many more tips and strategies…

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