SIMPLE POSITIVE CHANGE FOR YOUR CHILD
Putting the right tools in your child’s toolbox can make their job a whole lot easier!
Supa Bunnee speaks to the child through story telling in a way that they understand in a nurturing and supportive manner. All of the stories are based on the scientific research of neuroplasticity, behavioral and psychosocial developmental theories. (Piaget, Erikson, Watson, Kandel, Schwartz, Jung et all.)
Rochelle L. Cook MA., CHt., & Michael Glock Ph.D, have incorporated these findings into their Supa Bunnee motivational stories. We are uniquely qualified to deliver new tools & technologies because we have clinical evidence of the outcomes of our methodology and studies do show that potential can be nurtured. Positive behavioral change for your child can now be accomplished by using nurturing and supportive developmental stories that are downloadable and delivered to the child that:
- Provide age specific stories to decisively accomplish developmental milestones such as overcoming fears and ending bed-wetting or learning to sleep alone.
- Encourage literacy and numerical skills, curiosity, self-direction, persistence for learning, cooperation and conflict resolution.
- Nurtures and engages each child with positive stories that develop trust, confidence, emotional self-awareness leading to greater resilience.
Supa Bunnee TO THE RESCUE!!!
I have to say that Aytana has completely stopped having “accidents” in bed, she has had NONE!!! I am so happy for her and proud. Obviously I am also very thankful to you for helping with her little problem in such a gentle and caring way…….. Thank you!! Carla
My daughter battled with constant anxiety. Not now! She even uses Supa Bunnee®’s magic cape when she needs it. I am truly impressed.
Thanks Rochelle & Michael! – Susan H. Manhattan Beach
The 2000 study titled from Neurons to Neighborhoods: The Science of Early Childhood Development suggests that we have a “serious incapacity for addressing young children’s mental health needs”.
Supa Bunnee® addresses this serious incapacity and delivers to working parents, single mothers and fathers and special needs parents the three key elements for successful childhood development.
- Negotiating the transition from external to self-regulation, including learning to regulate emotions, behaviors and attention.
- Develops competent functioning that characterizes development as a whole
- Relating to other children, forming friendships and developing the capacity to trust, love and nurture oneself while resolving conflict constructively.
Although learning to sleep through the night or overcoming fear of the dark might seem far afield from controlling emotion, or learning to wait before acting, or acquiring “self-regulation“ they do and they – reflect growing maturity of brain function.
Our Project And Why It’s Important
The Early Years Impact Linguistic & Intellectual Growth
The years from birth to school entry mark a period of remarkable linguistic and intellectual growth. Emerging evidence proves that securely attached children are found, for example, to have a more balanced self-concept (Cassidy,1988; Verschueren et al., 1996), more advanced memory processes (Belskyet al., 1996b; Kirsh and Cassidy, 1997), more sophisticated emotions (Laible and Thompson, 1998), more positive understanding of friendship (Cassidy et al., 1996; Kerns, 1996; Park and Waters, 1989) and greater conscience development (Kochanska, 1995, 1997; Laibleand Thompson, in press) than insecurely attached children.
It is widely believed, that early positive emotional development provides the foundation for lifelong success, well-being and happiness.
Our survival as a species depends on aware, creative whole human beings who are able to meet tomorrows challenges.