Overcome New Mom Burnout and Frustration
Dr. Roseanne Lesack, Licensed Psychologist, PhD, BCBA-D, ABPP
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Dr. Lesack’s Session Is Available Until Tuesday, October 13th at 9:00 AM EST
A few things you’ll discover by tuning into Dr. Lesack's session:
*Is it normal for me to feel overwhelmed or frustrated as a new parent?
*What can I do when I'm feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, or touched out with my baby?
*How much will my baby pick up on my emotions and feelings and how do these impact my baby?
*Is it beneficial for my baby to see the full range of my emotions and see me role model how to work through these?
*How do I know if I need extra help and what type of support will a therapist give me?
And so much more!
Dr. Lesack is a licensed psychologist in the State of Florida, a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level, and boarded by the American Board of Professional Psychology in clinical child and adolescent psychology. She is also a wife and the mother of three wonderful children.
Dr. Lesack's training and work experiences have given her the opportunity to assist children exhibiting the most concerning problem behaviors. She has helped children who refused to eat any solid foods rejoin their family dinners, worked with children engaging in severe tantruming and aggressive behaviors, guided parents to get their children to sleep through the night, and supported children to overcome their fear of the potty. She has also worked with parents to give them the knowledge, skill set, and confidence to become the types of parents they have always wanted to be.
Dr. Lesack's approach is generally a behavioral one where the family plays a central role. Children communicate so much through their behavior. If we can understand what their behavior is saying to us, we can then understand why a child may be behaving in a certain way. More importantly, we can teach them to communicate through more adaptive means. Including parents in every step of the way allows for you to gain valuable skills that can then be incorporated immediately at home. Behavior change is not easy, but getting everyone involved makes the process that much more successful.
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1. What is one thing you can do if you're feeling overwhelmed or frustrated?
2. What was your biggest takeaway from Dr. Lesack's presentation?
And if you have any questions or takeaways from this session, add that to your post too. Thanks!
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