How To Deal With Temper Tantrums

Learn about the effective ways to deal with temper tantrums and help children express their feelings in better ways.


Noelle Cochran, PsyD


Approx. 40 minutes


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Emotional Wellbeing


Temper tantrums and meltdowns are common in young children, especially between ages 1 and 4, when children are still learning to communicate effectively. Tantrums are how toddlers and preschoolers show that they're upset or frustrated. Although tantrums are a normal part of child development, dealing with temper tantrums can be extremely draining, stressful and at times embarrassing for parents.

In this class, Dr. Noelle Cochran, PsyD, a clinical psychologist and child development expert discusses the effective ways to handle temper tantrums, set limits, and turn tantrums into learning opportunities to foster a healthy sense of self in your child in the toddler and preschool years.

What you will learn

  • Self-reflection
  • Overview of temper tantrums
  • Common child temperament traits
  • What to do when temper tantrums happen
  • How to repair afterwards

Intended audience

Parents of toddlers and preschoolers (1-4 year olds) with no significant medical or developmental problems.

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