* 1. Name

* 2. Email Address

* 3. A Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) is an outline of steps that will be taken to help stop problematic behavior in your child.

* 4. It is important that your plan is visible for everyone to see and know what the expectations are.

* 5. Step on in creating a BIP involves getting a Poster Board that you and the child will use to outline the days of the week and the responsibilities.

* 6. Make developing the chart a fun and engaging activity for your child.

* 7. For a child between the ages of 3-6, provide a reward system to encourage positive behavior.

* 8. Stickers are not an effective reward.

* 9. Timeout does not have to be age appropriate.

* 10. Encourage your child to recognize their own accomplishment.

* 11. Always give your child solid/specific examples of their behavior.

* 12. At the ages of 7-12, your child is fully aware of what is right or wrong.

* 13. It is perfectly okay to talk to your child about behavior and consequences.

* 14. Let the rules be reasonable not unrealistic.

* 15. A Responsibility Chart is a useful tool for children ages 7-12.

* 16. With teens from 13-17, look for teachable moments.

* 17. Pick your battles with your teen.

* 18. The teen years are not challenging years.

* 19. Stop and listen - With your teen, pay attention to what is not said.

* 20. Receiving gifts is not one of the five love languages mentioned in this training.

* 21. Create a Behavior Contract for your teenager.

* 22. When all is said and done, provide discipline that is Firm, Clear, Fair, and Consistent with Love.

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