Parenting K-6 Kids/Child Anger


Tess wrote at 2014-06-06 16:05:44
Hello Aimee,

Your son is extremely gifted, and his mind is to mature for his age. This is the source of his frustration, and though all the behavioural suggestions from Dr Swaby are very helpful, what your son needs is for his intelligence to be recognised and to attend a school for gifted children where he can be challenged, and where he will have peers of his own intelligence level. I advise you to go to your doctor and ask to see an educational psychologist who will assess your son's IQ and give you advice about what to do for him. Once you have done this, you should also get in touch with MENSA, the High IQ Society, and see if your son can join. This way he can meet other very gifted children.

Good luck, and I am certain your life will be a lot easier when your son has the outlets his intelligence needs.

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Dr. Mabel J. Swaby


I can answer questions about Pre-K 5th grade. How to listen and talk to your child.Discipline that makes sense and much, how to understand your childs behavior and more. I am able to answer questions about teens,as well I have worked sucessfully with teens in foster care and a teen center, I have a great understanding of teens behavior.


I am retired teacher.(2005)and administrator. I am a Court Appointed Special Advocate(CASA) with the Juvenile Court for the past 6 years. Working with children and teens in foster care. I am a S.T.E.P.( Systematic Training For Effective Parenting) Parent Educator, and I am preparing to conduct workshops in my community.

Masters in Early Childhood Education/Certification in instructional Leadership Court Appointed Special Advocate(CASA) (Volunteer) S.T.E.P Parent Educator/Leader-(Systematic Training for Effective Parenting) Parent-Aide Oasis Counseling Center

Awards and Honors
Teacher of the Year Judical Commendation Award from the Juvenile Court

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