Does your child have big emotions, which are loud or quiet? Do you as a caregiver or parent have a challenging time with these emotions? In today’s episode  Annette Hines, host of Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast talks with Psychologist, Parenting Specialist, host of Your Parenting Long Game podcast, and creator of The Long Game Method, Rachel Bailey, about raising children with big emotions. Rachel works with families to develop a long game parenting plan instead of using band aid strategies to address kids’ emotions. Annette and Rachel talk about tips on how to regulate yourself in difficult family situations as well as Rachel Bailey’s three pillars of working on your child’s big emotions. So, join us to learn some very useful parenting strategies you can start with right now and how you can get further training on The Long Game Method from Rachel herself!

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Rachel Bailey is a mom of two girls, a Clinical Psychologist, Parenting Specialist, host of Your Parenting Long Game Podcast and teacher of The Long Game Method. For over the past decade she has taught parents and children the tools for improving behavior, motivation, resilience, and self-esteem. Prior to working with parents, she was an ADHD coach, intensive in-home mentor, and psychotherapist for children, adolescents, and adults. Rachel is a frequent speaker at schools, companies, and community groups. 

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Annette Hines has been practicing in the areas of Special Needs, Elder Law, and Estate Planning for more than 20 years. Ms. Hines brings personal experience with special needs to her practice and podcasts as the mother of two daughters, one of whom passed away from Mitochondrial disease in November 2013. This deep, personal understanding of special needs fuels her passion for quality special needs planning and drives her dedication to help others within the special needs community.