Transforming Behavior Summit

Get a multi-use license for educators, clinicians, therapists, and non-profit organizations to train your staff and families you serve on addressing challenging behavior while honoring neurodivergence.

The HOW-TO GUIDANCE You Need to Address Behavior with Compassion, Grounded in Science, and Honoring Neurodiversity

Nineteen of the world’s neurodiversity, parenting, ADHD, and autism experts have come together in one series of workshops to share the evidence-based knowledge, tools, and strategies that help transform challenging behavior so our neurodivergent kids can shine.

You'll learn practical and actionable strategies to:

Kim Lewis
Kim Lewis
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“The [sessions] reaffirmed my current practices and approach and gave me some great mantras. My favorite from Penny was "You can either co-escalate or co-regulate" Total game changer.”
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“Many educators I work with have an old-school approach where the child needs to conform to the rules in the classroom. I am realizing more and more that when students don’t comply, it isn’t because they won’t, it’s because they can’t.”
Tracy T.
Tracy T.
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“As I listened to the teachings, although the focus might have been different in each one, consistently hearing over and over again that kids need to feel safe, free from pressure, connected, and empowered, then they can move forward, was very impactful to me. It was also so validating to hear I am not alone struggling with my child and my ability to co-regulate (vs. co-escalate).”
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“Very helpful and informative. I’ve already seen results in shifting my own mindset.”
Crystal G
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"I have watched a lot of these types of summits recently and this has been the best. I am surprised by that and I want to sincerely thank you for that. You quietly and honestly asked the best questions and did so while sharing your own personal experiences in a very real and relatable way. You sought out a wide variety of speakers who answered questions I didn’t even know to ask.”
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"These expert sessions really helped me to understand my kids on a level I didn't think possible.”
Jennifer B.
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“I’m drinking from a fire hose following my daughter’s diagnosis last month and found your summit — your content and expertise is 100% top notch! This Summit has shaped the new normal of our parenting style and enabled us to have the tools, resources and experts to effectively raise up our kiddos, instead of just raise them.”
Adam C.
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“The information is helpful in a real-world way. It's not just concepts that are covered, but how to apply those concepts in real-life ways to help make things a bit easier for us and our kids.”
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“You only gain so much information from the doctor. The topics during the summit went into much more details and gave information not given by the doctor. It was a great benefit to have access to so many different professionals and experts in one place.”
Jennielle Potter
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"The 2020 Summit has been a great blessing to our family. I am walking away feeling inspired to try new things and prepared with knowledge and advice from leading experts in their fields. I could not recommend this more to parents whose child has been newly diagnosed or one who has been on this journey for years. I feel like everyone can glean something valuable from this Summit. Highly recommend!“
Kate Andrews
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"I don't think I've spoken to anyone I know this week without singing the praises of the speakers! I love seeing Sarah and Penny there every time to relate the expert's knowledge to their own experiences with their children.”

What You'll Learn

This Summit is different. You’ll learn practical and actionable strategies to transform some of the biggest stumbling blocks you and your child are struggling with. My goal is to empower you by providing the evidence-based information, support, strategies, and community you need to thrive.

Here's what's inside:

Tackling Tough Situations

When the behavior of neurodivergent kids is problematic and volatile, it can be hard to know what to do to help. Our instincts often make these situations worse. We're going to teach you how to improve behaviors like aggression, lying, meltdowns, and lack of motivation.

Building Skills and Habits

When we know better we do better — that goes for kids and adults alike. Neurodivergent kids often need support to learn lagging skills — like regulation, communication, and flexibility — and to create systems and environments that offer opportunities for success.

Fostering Growth & Transformation

There's a lot of work to be done on our own approaches and mindset so we can show up in the ways our kids, teens, and young adults need us to. Learn how to create and foster a culture of compassion and growth so everyone gets what they need.

At the end you’ll know:

The Workshops

Tackling Tough Situations

How to Be a Neuro-Affirming Parent or Teacher

Emily Kircher-Morris, M.A., M.Ed., LPC — Mental Health Counselor & Host of The Neurodiversity Podcast

What to Do When a Child is Dysregulated: Flight, Flight, Freeze & Shutdown

Emily Read Daniels, M.Ed., MBA, NCC, SEP™ — Author of “The Regulated Classroom©”

How to Help Kids Through Big Emotions

Emily King, Ph.D. —Licensed Psychologist and Heath Service Provider

How to Get to the Bottom of Motivation Struggles

Leslie JoselADHD-Academic and Parenting Coach, Founder of Order Out of Chaos

What to Do When Your Child/Student is Aggressive

Sharon Saline, Psy.D. — Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Author of “What Your ADHD Child Wishes You Knew”

How to Handle Lying: It’s Not the Moral Failing We Think It Is

Dayna Abraham — Founder of the Calm the Chaos® Framework, Author of “Calm the Chaos”

What to Do Before, During, and After a Meltdown

Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. — Special Needs Navigator and RDI Consultant & Co-author of “Is this Autism?”

Building Skills & Habits

How to Help Kids Build Self-Awareness & Self-Regulation

Destini Ann Davis — Certified Parenting Coach & Host of “Bitch, You Doin’ A Good Job” Podcast

How to Build Emotional Communication Skills

Elizabeth Sautter, MA, CCC-SLP —Licensed Speech Language Pathologist & Author of “Make Social & Emotional Learning Stick”

How to Build Grit & Resilience (Especially in Kids Who Avoid Hard Things)

John Willson, M.S., LRT/CTRS — Executive Director at SOAR

Tools & Strategies to Help Kids Transition Smoother

Brent Crandal, Ph.D. — Child and Family Psychologist, Researcher & Administrator at Rady Children’s Hospital – San Diego

How to Help Kids Tackle Non-Preferred Tasks

Seth Perler, M.Ed. — Renegade Teacher Turned Executive Function, ADHD & 2e Coach

How to Structure Calm, Efficient Mornings & Bedtimes

Penny WilliamsParenting Coach, Co-Creator of The Behavior Revolution Program, Author, & Host of “Beautifully Complex” Podcast

Fostering Growth & Transformation

How to Shift from Traditional Norms to Approaches that Actually Work

Eileen Devine, LCSW — Parent Coach, Consultant, and Trainer

How to Stop Shoulding On Yourself and Your Child

Diane Dempster, CPC, PCC, MHSA & Elaine Taylor-Klaus, CPCC, MCC — Parent Coaches and Founders of ImpactParents

Setting & Holding Boundaries While Prioritizing Compassion & Acceptance

Jackie Flynn, Ed.S., LMHC-S, RPT-S —Licensed Psychotherapist, EMDR Therapist, Education Specialist, Sandtray Therapist, & Registered Play Therapist

3 Alternatives to Compliance that Work Better

Greg Santucci, OTR/L, — Pediatric OT, Founding Director of Power Play Pediatric & Creator of the Model of Child Engagement

5 Ways to Build a Kid’s Confidence & Self-Esteem

Matthew Zakreski, Psy.D. — Psychologist & Founder of The Neurodiversity Collective

How to Help a Kid Struggling with Burnout

Amanda Diekman — Parent Coach & Author of “Low Demand Parenting”

With the Professional Access Multi-use License you get:

  • Unlimited access to all 2024 Transforming Behavior Summit sessions to share within your school, non-profit, or practice (for organizations with 1-3 locations — if you have more offices or locations, email me.)
  • Downloadable video and audio versions of all expert sessions
  • The Empowerment Workbook to use with the parents and educators that you serve


* This license prohibits the resale of any and all materials contained therein. 

How the Pro License Works and Answers to Other Questions

You will receive one login to the hub that can be shared, or you can download the videos for sharing within your organization. We recommend hosting downloaded files in a shared internal space — like Google Drive or Dropbox — and sharing access to that folder. You will also have instructions on loading the sessions as a podcast.

You are not permitted to broadcast sessions to the public or resale any of the content. HOWEVER, you can host meetings where the sessions are watched together, even with the families you serve, not just your staff.

This license affords you permanent, on-demand access. 

The system will need to track the watch history of anyone wanting to get a certificate of completion to apply for continuing ed credits. If you have anyone on staff who wants to take advantage of this option, you’ll need to email us to set up a separate login for them so their completion of videos can be tracked. We can provide 5 separate tracking accounts and certificates at this price. Any additional will be $50 each. 

Email me at [email protected] and I’ll be glad to answer any and all questions you have.