Aggressive Behavior, Hyperbaric Chambers, Tantrums, Potty Training and More

8:00 How can I know if my child is hurting if she can’t speak?

11:13 I have a 3.8 year old granddaughter that wants to scratch and scream at you. She will also hit you, how do we handle it?

26:40 Hi, I would like to thank Dr. Doreen for answering my question on hyperbaric chambers and redox reactions. It was so informative and helpful, I could listen to Dr. Doreen speak all day 🙂 Would Dr. Doreen consider giving a crash course to BCBA’s on all the biological aspects of treatment for Autism including diet, medications, exercises…. whatever is out there, I would love to know it to better help my clients. Thank you for an amazing show!

29:35 My 6 year old child on the spectrum doesn’t like when his 13 year old NT son touches his toys or any items. He tantrums and gets upset. He doesn’t like to share with his brother. My son also gets upset and obsessed with his 13 year old brother’s feet. He gets upset when his brother has his feet uncovered (we’ve tried having my older son cover his feet.. not working Also… I’m exhausted. I feel like I’m on a hamster wheel… it’s always something

41:06 Can you help me help my child who is 5 on the spectrum poops everywhere he is pee trained but struggling to get him to poop in the toilet.

45:21 Hello 🤗. My daughter has memory Issues, she forgets things easily, any suggestions? She usually forgets where she was going or what she was looking for.

51:27 My nephew is 7 years old on a spectrum, lives in Switzerland and has only few hours in a week of therapy. Dr Doreen, do you have your facility there or you know anyone so they can get proper therapy?

52:34 Skills and IBT Parent useful strategies for your home IBT educator E-Learning Modula Educator Behavior Management

55:33 We’re new to ABA therapy, we were recommended by our child’s psychologist with a newly opened ABA provider, but was told that the staff are not new and they are experienced who decided to build their own ABA. There’s no review online yet about them but was told that there’re no waiting list and there’s staff available within the area for a child. Do you think we should trust and go for it? What do we need to consider regarding choosing a good ABA Provider for our child?