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Do not spend one more day feeling incapable of helping your child.

Change the way you think about behavior and change your child’s life. Ditch the helpless feelings, dramatically improve challenging behaviors, and reclaim joy for your family.

Calm the chaos.

Enjoy your child again.

Finally, a neuroscience-backed, integrated behavior system that offers the tools and guidance needed for parents of kids with ADHD or autism to connect with their challenging kids and improve behavior.

We developed this system and course to finally address behavior in a compassionate and informed way, grounded in brain science and honoring neurodiversity.

We hear it all the time...

You’re here… so we imagine you are struggling too.

It's time to try something different.

You want to enjoy time with your child and help them succeed, but ADHD or autism — and the behavior that comes with them — keep getting in the way.

You feel like if you just knew what would actually help, if you had the right tools and guidance, you could finally find some peace and see your child succeed and grow.

But something is getting in your way.

Maybe you’ve tried the standard parenting approaches with little to no progress. You’re convinced you must be missing something. You’re convinced you aren’t the right parent for the job. You are trying so hard and your child’s behavior still isn’t improving.

It’s not that you’re not capable of being the parent your child needs. It’s that you just don’t have the right information, tools, and strategies… yet.

And we get it. We’ve been where you are. You don’t have to stay stuck feeling helpless any longer. 

Can you imagine...

Sound impossible?

Spoiler alert: it isn’t!

This may sound like a dream, but we want you to know that it’s 100% possible for you and your family. And we know that because we’ve been exactly where you are now.

That is why we can't wait to introduce you to

The Behavior Revolution System

...and why it's different than any other course on behavior out there.

So, what is The Behavior Revolution System anyway?

It’s a customizable behavior system with a self-paced online course where you’ll learn how to ditch the helpless feelings, dramatically improve challenging behaviors, and reclaim joy for your family. 

By the end of the program, you’ll…

Listen as Penny and Sarah discuss the Behavior Revolution System & Course on the Parenting ADHD Podcast.

No more helplessness. No more worrying. No more wasting time.

Before you learn one more strategy that’s supposed to improve behavior, you must first understand who your kid is and why the heck they act the way they do. 

And that’s exactly what we’re going to do, together.

you're in the right place.

Challenging behavior sucks! This is what you DO about it.

When you implement The Behavior Revolution System...

YOU GO FROM THIS:

to this:

Total chaos — almost daily intense outbursts, big emotions, and meltdowns.

Connection! Peaceful time with your child and your family that you all enjoy.

Feeling like the tools and strategies you’ve used to help your child self-regulate and connect with others don’t actually help.

Having tailored tools and support you need to improve behavior and your child’s day-to-day experience.

Wondering what kind of future your child will have.

Seeing potential and promise in your child’s future and knowing they will be ok. 

Here's how the program

breaks down.

The Behavior Revolution system and the course were inspired by the neurodiversity-friendly research and/or work of Stephen Porges, Ph.D., Ross Greene, Ph.D., Mona Delahooke, Ph.D., Marc Brackett, OTD, and Kelly Mahler OTR/L.

Who is this child!?!?

Each child is unique, and understanding who your child is — the biological factors that impact their behavior, their individual needs, and what helps them feel safe — will help you understand why they behave the way they do.

In module one, you’re going to learn about:

  • The Neurobehavioral Model – We will examine the neurobehavioral model and how to use a brain-based lens versus a behavior-based lens to determine appropriate responses to your child’s behavior.
  • Your Child’s Needs – As humans, we all have needs, from physical to mental to emotional and beyond. We’ll discuss human needs to help you determine when behavior is due to unmet needs.
  • Safe vs. Unsafe – Feelings of safety don’t just come from a lack of threat or danger. You can be free of threat and still feel unsafe. We’ll discuss this in detail, including the relationship between safety and behavior.
  • Trauma – Traumatic experiences change the brain and play a role in behavior, but people do not only experience trauma when exposed to war, violence, or abuse. The only person who knows whether something was traumatic is the person who experienced it.

How do I get myself together so I can help my child?

Psst! Here’s a secret! Your behavior shapes how your child behaves. And your thoughts shape your behavior, so it’s important to be aware of your thoughts and know how to change them so you can shift from reacting to your child to helping your child.

In the second module, you’re going to learn:

  • There’s Always Struggle – There is always struggle. Knowing and accepting this builds resilience and shapes your response when challenging situations arise.
  • The Neutrality of Circumstances – Every event is neutral. While we may have clear and strong emotions about certain events, the events themselves are neutral. WE attach our feelings to those events. You don’t have to.
  • The Stories We Tell Ourselves – When something happens, it’s natural to to create a narrative that explains why. We can change the stories we tell ourselves, however, and it’s important to exercise that control.
  • Getting & Maintaining Calm – The behavior of parents and caregivers greatly influences the behavior of their children, not to mention the behavior of everyone around us. If we can remain calm, our children can borrow our calm.

Why the heck does my child act this way?!?

When your child loses it, it can be hard to see their behavior for what it is. It’s difficult to avoid interpreting their behavior as manipulative, intentional, or personal when, in reality it is much more likely to be a biological stress response to a situation where their needs are not being met, they feel unsafe, or they aren’t able to meet expectations.

In the third module, you’re going to learn about:

  • The Autonomic Nervous System – Learn what happens as your body shifts from feeling safe, connected, and calm to feeling threatened, which can result in needing to fight or escape, or worse, to freeze or shutdown.
  • Rumble Rage Cycle – When kids start getting dysregulated, they have trouble processing information. You can help them calm down more quickly when you understand which strategies will actually help.
  • Stress & The Perception of Safety – The body’s ability to detect cues of threat in the environment is called neuroception. Kids can’t feel calm and connected if they don’t feel safe. Learn which cues can trigger these feelings, and use our Behavior Wheel to interpret what you are seeing.
  • Bottom-Up vs. Top-Down Behavior – Some kids use their behavior in calculated ways to get something they want. Other kids cannot help how they react to what is happening. Learn how to tell the difference.

You mean the way I act impacts how my child acts?

At this point in the course, you will have a greater understanding of your child and yourself, and, in particular, how your behavior drives your child’s behavior. Now we’re going to provide some strategies for connecting with your child and helping them do what needs to be done.

In module four, you’re going to learn about:

  • Co-Regulation or Co-Escalation – It’s hard to stay calm when your child is getting upset, but if you can stay calm, your child will calm down more quickly. Plus you will be showing them how to be calm during the storm.
  • Language and Communication – The way you interact with your child can help them understand what you want, or it can cause confusion. Learn simple strategies for communicating clearly & compassionately.
  • Consequences and Discipline – When a child is afraid that you will punish them, they learn to fear your reaction instead of thinking about the real-world consequences of their actions.
  • Time-In / Special Time – If children only hear about what they are doing wrong, they can start to think they are unlovable. We all need time when we can relax, take time to enjoy each other, and feel truly seen.

Let's help your child get regulated!

Some kids have a harder time with self-regulation. Changing your behavior will help them, but they also need to learn how to take charge of their own bodies. Helping your children understand what is going on in their bodies, how they are feeling and what it means, in addition to learning calm-down strategies uniquely selected for them, will help them take control so they can learn to do hard things. 

In the fifth module, you’ll learn about:

  • Social Emotional Learning – Developing emotional awareness is a multi-step process. Using our Feelings Wheel, you can help your child through the process of learning how to stay regulated when they are upset.
  • How does your body feel? – Kids with ADHD and autism often don’t know how their bodies are feeling. Help them identify these sensations so they can learn how they experience their emotions.
  • Co-Regulation – When you connect with your child and help them learn to adjust their actions based on your responses, they are learning how to self-regulate. Kids learn self-regulation through co-regulation.
  • Self-Regulation Strategies – What helps one child calm down may be very different from what helps another. By experimenting with different strategies you can help your child figure out what will work for them.

Now, empower your child and watch them thrive!

The best part? Now you can help your child along the road to independence and self-actualization. How can you help them learn to problem solve with resilience in the face of adversity? In this last module, we’ll show you how!

In module six, you’re going to learn:

  • Competence Leads to Independence – If you want your kids to grow up to be independent as adults, they will have to learn how to take on challenges so they can develop a sense of themselves as competent.
  • Growth Mindset – We all have the capacity to learn new things and take on new challenges. Adopting a growth mindset will help your child do the hard work necessary to learn new skills.
  • Collaborative & Proactive Solutions – You might think you understand why your child is having a hard time, but you might be wrong! Involve them in coming up with the solutions so they can learn how to do it for themselves.
  • Supportive Parenting for Anxious Children – When you have an anxious kid, it’s natural to accommodate. But that can lead your kids to think their fears are reasonable. Learn how to empower your child to face their fears.

The tools in The Behavior Revolution System include:

  1. The Behavior Wheel for Parents,
  2. The Feelings Wheel for Kids, 
  3. The My Feelings Poster & Regulation Activities Tiles for Younger Kids, and
  4. Regulation Activities Cards for Tweens & Teens. 

Best of All

Our Behavior Revolution System was designed to ignite your family's metamorphosis.

Yes, you’re going to learn A LOT about why your kids are the way they are and how you can truly help them succeed and grow!

But, we’re not about to leave you to figure it out all on your own (like you’ve probably been doing). 

We have used our collective training and experience integrated with the best from the experts in the field, to create ONE customizable system to help you turn around behavior and restore peace to your family.

Remember, it’s not a matter of doing all the things. That’s overwhelming. It’s about focusing on the things that make the biggest difference! And we will walk you through every step of the process.

You have the power — all you need are the tools and the know-how.

Are you ready to finally ditch the challenging behavior and help your child be the best version of themselves they can be?

We truly believe that every child and every family can thrive with the right tools and know-how.

Every child and every family deserves to thrive.

The key is a science-backed understanding of behavior along with the tools and know-how to create change for your neurodivergent child. If you’ve read this far, you’re still searching for help, so we feel certain you haven’t quite landed on the right combination yet. 

And that’s why you’re stuck in this cycle of helplessness and dread as a parent. You’re just not fully equipped yet.

It's time to step out of this rut!

By using the Behavior Revolution System, you’ll calm the chaos, teach your child to self-regulate, connect with your child, and create a family life you and your child deserve. You’ll start each day with the confidence and ease of a parent who knows they’ve got this… and sees the greatness within their child.

This is YOUR journey.
Which direction do you choose: staying stuck or making a change?

Let us help you make a change!

Get The Behavior Revolution System today!

Yes please, sign me up!

Is the Behavior Revolution Program the right fit for you?

If any of these sounds like you, you’re exactly where you need to be.

Something still holding you back?

You may be asking yourself...

The Behavior Revolution System and course is for caregivers raising kids with ADHD and/or autism and the co-existing conditions that often come with those diagnoses. This course is also good for parents of kids with significant anxiety, even without ADHD or autism.

We have designed this course to walk you through everything you need to use the tools and implement the system with your family effectively. Plus, we are available to help if you get stuck. 

The course is designed for kids ages 4 and up. You will have to adapt some of the techniques depending on the age of your child. For example, sometimes teens won’t engage with you on something like the Feelings Poster. But you can implement it for yourself (so your kid can watch you trying to use the system) or you can have everyone in the family work on it so one child doesn’t feel singled out.

We’re betting it is. This is the information and approach that has helped our own kids and families and so many of our clients. If you find that it’s not the right fit for you, we will honor that with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Let us ask you a question: Do you have the time NOT to?  Struggling for years will definitely waste a lot of time, not to mention the toll on your mental and emotional health, your child’s mental and emotional health, and your relationship with your child. You can always make the time for what you feel is most important. Put in the time now to save loads of time (and sanity) over the long haul.

Have we met yet?

Hello! I'm Sarah Wayland, Ph.D.

Parent Coach. RDI® Consultant. Special Needs Care Navigator

Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. founded her company, Guiding Exceptional Parents, to help parents learn how to confidently and effectively help their children with ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, and other brain-based differences at home, at school, and in the community. In addition to hosting trainings, lecturing, and working with individual clients, Sarah is co-editor of the book "Technology Tools for Students with Autism," and is the mother of two exceptional young adults.

Hi there! I'm Penny Williams.

Parenting ADHD/Autism Coach. Podcaster. Author. Speaker.

Penny coaches parents raising kids with ADHD and/or autism. She’s the parent of a son with ADHD and autism, and the award-winning author of four books on parenting kids with ADHD, including "Boy Without Instructions." Penny is the founder of ParentingADHDandAutism.com and host of the Parenting ADHD Podcast. 

Don't wait one more day to help your child.

Disclaimer: The Behavior Revolution aims to support parents and kids navigating challenging behavior, ADHD, and autism, and provides tools to assist you in decoding behavior and helping your child build their emotional intelligence and regulate. While our content is backed by scientific research, we are not mental health professionals. We cannot guarantee behavioral outcomes of any kind. If you ever feel you or your child needs added mental health support, we encourage you to contact your physician or therapist for professional advice.