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Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop

Living with a sensitive child where everything seems to result in a meltdown? Sensory difficulties may be the issue!

Limited Time Offer

I ADORE birthdays! So much so that I want to spread the birthday joy around! For only 72 hours you can get your hands on my super popular Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop for only £47 

That’s a whopping £30 off!

Does it feel like your child goes from 0 to 60
in the blink of an eye?

I hear it time and time again – especially from parents who want to help their children manage their big feelings, but nothing seems to work.

“He was happy one minute and then, bang! He got angry and tried to hit me.”

“Every time I ask her to get dressed, she starts crying and will flat out refuse.”

“He keeps refusing to go swimming even though he loves it!”

I know you only want them to be happy. For them to be able to enjoy their life to the fullest. For family life to be calmer, and for everyone to get along (most of the time).

It’s not like you’re looking for a perfect life.
You just want everyone to be happy.


I totally get it!

I’d helped family after family with their children’s behaviour before I became a mum myself. I thought I understood what parents were going through. I never fully understood until my eldest was born.

My son’s senses were making his world a confusing, overwhelming and scary place!

Right from birth, my son didn’t follow any of the books. He seemed to have his own book and I had to figure it out. It was only when he became a toddler that I realised he had sensory processing difficulties. 

His behaviour was telling me this, but I wasn’t at work being a Psychologist. I was at home being a mum. I never put two and two together. But when I did, everything made sense. Since babyhood, my son had been trying to navigate a world where things were too bright, too loud, not fast enough, not secure enough.

Everything changed that day.

I started using all the tricks and strategies from my work with clients – at home.  And the changes were remarkable. Toddler tantrums still happened of course, but I was able to prevent most of the meltdowns just by helping him balance his sensory needs! He even slept better (a very welcomed bonus)!

My son changed how I looked at behaviour. It made me see behaviour and think sensory first! I stopped thinking how do I STOP the behaviour, and instead, how do I support his difficulties? I started doing this with all my clients.

Life became easier for them as well. And it can become easier for you too.

But the truth is, for that to happen…

You need to see behaviour for what it

A sign that something isn’t right. That there’s an unmet need using your child’s behaviour to make sure it GETS MET! As humans, we have tons of needs that must be met.

Some are as easy as getting a drink of water and a snack (hunger). Or taking a nap (sleep). Others are a bit trickier because there aren’t really any signs that we can spot.

Our sensory systems are magical things!

They help us make sense of our world but…and this is a BIG BUT! Our senses need to be balanced for us to feel happy, calm and safe. For children with sensory difficulties, this takes a lot of work. A lot of their behaviours IS them trying to stay balanced. However, when it all gets too muchthey get overwhelmed and meltdowns happen.

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"We finally understand his behaviour!"

Being able to work out when my son’s under or over sensitive within all the senses completely helped us to understand his behaviours and WHY he was doing them. We realise now he NEEDS to move and bounce to regulate his “proprioceptive” needs and by doing this, it helps him calm down. It even helps him SLEEP better!”


The Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop

Understand how senses affect behaviour and what you can do to help your child cope
 without the overwhelm and confusion of figuring everything out on your own!


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It's time to parent from the inside out - From your child's SENSES and NOT their behaviour!

You too can have less meltdowns and more calm (and fun!) in your daily life.

Here's what parents are saying about the workshop...

"We now have insight into what she's thinking and feeling"


My daughter would wake up screaming and hitting us. This proceeded for most of the day. We were exhausted and we weren’t coping. We weren’t enjoying being a family. When Cindy explained Sensory awareness, it gave us insight into what our daughter may be thinking or feeling. It’s allowed us to start to think about things in a new way.

– Elaine, mum to one (4 year old)

"My son can now enjoy things he previously found stressful"


My son was becoming easily overwhelmed. I struggled to understand why. I’m so glad we did this workshop. It’s allowed us to make our son’s life easier, and has enabled him to enjoy things he previously found stressful. Most importantly, I feel that he feels heard and has tools to tell us when he needs time with us to regulate his feelings. 

– Alison, mum to five (19, 16, 6, 4 & 2 years old)

"We have more good days than bad days now"


Life was filled with extreme frustration and anxiety. Now, we have more good days than bad days – NOT something I could say before the workshop! We had so many light bulb moments! We now understand our daughter better. The workshop’s a great starting point to be better equipped to help your child, which helps the entire family.

– Sarah, mum to one (4 year old)

Are you thinking, "Sounds great! But what can I expect?"

In this 3-hour workshop/mini course (I’ve chopped my workshop into smaller lessons so you can dip in and out with ease), you will discover:

What's a birthday without presents?!

I know you’ll try some of the tips and strategies I cover in the workshop soon after you finish watching it. But what happens when life gets crazy and weeks, months or years go by?

I tend to drop things when life gets busy, and so do a lot of parents I work with. We need easy-to-access reminders to keep us implementing day in and day out.

So I’m gifting you a few bonuses (value £40)!

A £35 value

Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop - Workbook

  • No more trying to find your notes on scraps of paper you can’t remember where you put them, or in a notebook that’s sitting with 20 other notebooks
  • Write down your biggest takeaways and aha moments from each section of the training
  • Cheat-sheet style pages are included so you can remind yourself of things quickly
  • Everything in one place so you can refer back time and time again (if you store it somewhere handy! *wink*)

A £25 value

Planning for Tricky Situations - Workbook

  • Plan for success using my 4-Step framework that turns parents from stressed, worried and overwhelmed just thinking about having to take their child anywhere to calm and confident that things will be okay
  • Break down what could go wrong in an easy to follow step-by-step format
  • Create a plan that minimises meltdowns and increases the chances that family outings are enjoyable (yes, it is possible!)

"It really does sound great, but I'm still not sure if it's for me."

I’m going to be honest. If you’re looking for strategies that will “fix” your child’s senses so they that work like everyone else’s, then this workshop is NOT for you.

I created the Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop for parents whose children seem to be more sensitive than others (code for: they seem to have more meltdowns than other children) who are looking to… 

  • Understand how the senses affect their children’s behaviour 
  • Have practical strategies to help their children cope with their sensory difficulties
  • How to plan for tricky situations so that they’re not as tricky
  • Feel that their child isn’t broken, they just need support
  • Who want to be able to enjoy family life again without stressing about what could go wrong

The thing is, if you’re fed up of having to manage meltdown after meltdown and not knowing why they’re happening half the time, and it feels like you’ve tried everything, isn’t it worth trying something different?

Discover new possible triggers for your child’s behaviour
(and what to do about them) or your money back!

If you’re even just a little bit tempted to sign up to the workshop, then I say why not give it a try?

Parents who have watched the workshop and put into action the ideas they’ve learned have been amazed at the differences that even the smallest of changes can make.

But if after watching the workshop you find that it wasn’t what you expected, or you didn’t gain even the smallest tip or insight from it, then simply email  support@asdandadhdparenting.com within 14 days of your purchase and I’ll refund you, no questions asked.

Don't miss this limited time offer!

Ready to uncover your child's hidden triggers so you can help them get out of constant overwhelm, and experience less meltdowns?

Get the Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop for just £47 (instead of £77).

Offer lasts until midnight Sunday 30th May 2021.

The workshop goes back in the vault and won’t be out again until next year!

Grab it now!

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You're interested, but...
Here are some questions lots of parents have.

You’ve got instant access to the workshop. So you can start watching whenever you want!

Yes! You have lifetime access to the workshop. Lifetime meaning as long as I’m around and there’s somewhere to host it!

My approach to behaviour is different to most parenting “experts.” I help you understand what’s driving behaviour – the unmet needs, the thoughts, and the feelings.

As a Psychologist, I cover sensory processing as unmet needs that affect behaviour. I do not help you create a sensory diet. For this, please contact an Occupational Therapist who specialises in Sensory Processing Disorder.

I’ve been helping parents of children with ASD/ADHD who are anxious and/or aggressive for the last 10 years. The same strategies and framework I teach in this workshop have resulted in children and teens being able to enjoy their lives again, and families being able to do things together. I even use these strategies with my own son!

I’m not going to lie. While it can be an overnight miracle, the reality is that children all progress at their own rate. I like to think of it like growing flowers or vegetables. You don’t plant seeds and expect them to be fully grown the next day. You expect to nurture them until they’re fully grown.

It’s the same with parenting. Make the changes that support and nurture your child and when they’re ready, you’ll see marked improvements. But look out for the tiny changes along the way. They are always there. It’s just that we sometimes miss them.

Yes! We ALL have the same sensory system! It’s just that parents of children with ASD and/or ADHD have been told that sensory difficulties are often linked to their child’s diagnosis. So they have some knowledge that this might be the cause of their children’s behaviour. But it is 100% relevant to everyone.

The more you understand how your child experiences the world, the easier it is to support them. The easier it is to support them, the less they’ll need to use their behaviour to show you they’re finding life difficult.

All the parents who have purchased this workshop have loved it, but I know it might not be for everyone.

That’s why I’m offering a 14-day no questions asked refund. If the workshop wasn’t what you expected, or you didn’t learn anything at all – not even one tiny little thing – then just email suppert@asdandadhdparenting.com and I’ll refund you. No questions asked!

You have 14-days from the time of purchase to check out the workshop. And if it’s not what you expected, or you didn’t learn anything at all – not even one tiny little thing – then just email suppert@asdandadhdparenting.com and I’ll refund you. No questions asked!


Hi, I'm Cindy - Writer, Psychologist and
ASD/ADHD Parenting Specialist

I work with parents of children who are struggling with anxiety and/or aggressive behaviour. Many of their children have a diagnosis of ASD and/or ADHD, but not all of them.

I’m also a mum of two active boys (9.5 years and 7 years old). The eldest has sensory processing difficulties and keeps me learning every day!

For the last 12 years – 9 of them spent working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services as  Psychologist –  I’ve been helping parents go from feeling like they’re at breaking point to loving parenting again.

I can’t wait to support you in your parenting journey!

Don’t see your question in the FAQ’s?

I love connecting with you and answering your burning questions about the Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop. You can email me directly at support@asdandadhdparenting.com to get in touch and I’ll get back to you within 48 business hours.

Last change

Want to uncover the hidden triggers that can lead to overwhelm and meltdowns?

The Coping With Sensory Difficulties Workshop goes back in the vault. It won’t be until next year when you’ll get a chance to purchase this workshop.

Grab it now for just £47 (instead of £77).

Offer lasts until midnight Sunday 30th May 2021.