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Behavior Management

imageOne of the most frustrating scenarios that we hear about from parents and educators is the repetitiveness of asking a child or teen for a desired behavior. We continually receive input that leads parents and educators to think that the child or teen is “lazy, “defiant”, or “stubborn”. There ARE circumstances where they will choose non-compliance as a behavior; however, it’s important to assess whether or not the child or teen is lacking the skills needed to respond and behave in different ways.

The danger in assuming the child or teen has all the tools necessary is that the continuous negative feedback will begin to affect their confidence and self-esteem. Internalizing these messages and allowing them to define who you are is a terrible poison. However, past failure does not have to lead to a self-fulfilling prophecy of future failure.

Instead Club Xcite teaches:

“if I haven’t succeeded, then I’m not done yet!”

Our student’s view of themselves is a major focus in Club Xcite’s programs, because a negative view of oneself is the number one destroyer of motivation. We focus on your child’s strengths right from the beginning, because without an empowering, positive relationship with their mentor, our student’s will not feel safe to fail in front of them. We reframe our student’s behavior and know that when children and teens KNOW better; they DO better. We help our students get in the know by learning and practicing Academic and Social Skills!

Here is a video to watch: https://youtu.be/LnFte4REElw

The “Xcite Way” Teaching Philosophy

Club Xcite developed and utilizes the “Xcite Way” teaching philosophy, an educational skill building model using a positive reinforcement approach to achieve the highest results with our students. To learn more about this click here

Our professionals have experience supporting children with the following challenges:

  • ADD/ADHD
  • Bullying
  • Bi-Polar (Mood Disorders)
  • Anger Managment
  • social difficulties
  • emotional difficulties
  • anger management
  • Language difficulties
  • making/keeping friends
  • Traumatic Experiences
  • defiant behavior
  • adopted children with challenges
  • children of single parent households
  • body image/esteem struggles
  • Low Self-Confidence

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