- Workshops / Keynotes
- The Spirited Child: Secret to Success
- Sleepless in America: Is This Child Misbehaving or Missing Sleep?
- What to Do When the Kids are Losing It:
Effective Strategies for the 'Heat of the Moment'
- Challenging Child Behaviors: Helping All Children Be Successful
- Winning Cooperation and Building Strong Relationships: Even During the Tough Times
- Discipline Strategies that 'Fit' Each Child
- Challenging Behavior or Stressed-Out Kids?
- Changing Behavior - Changing Lives You Make a Difference
- Spirited Infants: Why Temperament Matters When Helping Infants Get the Sleep They Need
- Why Do You Act that Way? Effective Strategies for Introverts and Extroverts to Work Together
- Ready for Kindergarten and for Life: Helping Parents Make a Critical Decision
- Sleepless in America: Working with Parents to Protect Childrens Sleep
- Emotion Coaching and Self-Regulation:
Secrets to Preventing Challenging Behaviors and Promoting Independence
- Managing Different Temperaments in the Classroom
- Raising Your Spirited Child
- Kids, Parents and Power Struggles: Secrets to Effective Discipline
- Creating Calm Families in a Fast Paced World
As seen in the listing of offerings, Mary has an extensive library of educational events (keynotes and workshops) for parents and professionals. You can:
- Select from that library,
- Request a combination of topics or
- Discuss with Mary the idea of something totally different.
Mary takes time with each requester to understand their audience and to modify presentations to specifically meet their needs. Often she will pull material from a variety of her presentations to form a customized educational event that best meets the desires of the requesting group.
Whatever your group needs, you can be sure that Mary's presentation will be filled with the latest research and practical applications that will both entertain and inspire your audience. Because she presents throughout the world, she is skilled at adapting her presentations to differing cultures and local customs. Because of her years of experience, Mary can empathize with the feelings of her audience and because she is a mom, she openly speaks from her heart.