To the parent who is frustrated and drained from all the yelling, nagging, and pleading . . .


How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with your Toddler

. . . and discover the secret to raising extraordinarily kind, generous, and emotionally healthy children.


“Dr. Cathryn gives us a brand-new twist on solving problems with our kids.”

 - Jack Canfield, Co-Author of Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul

The Missing Toddler Manual

I’ve seen way too many families suffer because they didn’t understand their toddler. That's why I created this course!

Can you relate? 

 You're tired of fighting over every little thing?

 You've tried timeouts — then flipped and tried rewarding (aka bribing) — then back to timeouts again.

 You often feel embarrassed by your kid's behavior (and then feel guilty about feeling that way).

 You just want the yelling to stop.

 You want answers you can trust (that actually work).


If you're nodding your head "YES" we can help with everything!

Introducing . . .

Toddlers Made Easy



Use the same strategies I've used in my busy paediatric practice for more than 35 years.


(Time-limited offer. Regular price is $299)

Are you ready to trade tantrums for triumphs?

Hi there,

I’m Dr. Cathryn!

Can I tell you a quick story?

Years ago, my family took a vacation to sunny Florida. 

We spent a wonderful day swimming and making sandcastles on the beach. After we spent an hour packing up, trying to get sand off of everyone, and trudging to the car, we decided to head off to a restaurant for dinner. We ordered and got our food quickly.

Innocently enough, my husband reached across the table and asked my son Max for a potato chip. (Yep — I’m a doctor who occasionally fed my kids chips!).

Suddenly, it was like a light switch flipped.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Max took his right arm and swiped everything off the table — plates, cups, food all flying. And then he broke down and started hysterically crying. I can still feel the whole restaurant watching us.

Why am I sharing this story? (Clearly, it wasn't one of our finer moments).

Because I know how hard the toddler stage is . . . and I want you to know that it's normal to feel overwhelmed and confused at times. You can love your child deeply and still feel overwhelmed. 

It's time we talk about these feelings without shame or embarrassment. And you deserve to feel proud of your parenting—including all the inevitable messy moments.  

Easier Tantrums Almost Immediately

I watched the course with my wife to be nice (I didn’t expect I would like it). But our son’s tantrums are so much easier to deal with that I’m now a believer.

- Eric G

Parenting Just Got Easier


✔️ Know how to handle anything thrown your way

✔️ Become the sturdy leader of your home without relying on fear-based methods like screaming and time-outs

✔️ Know exactly what to do to prevent tantrums (and have a step-by-step plan to deal with them when they do happen)

✔️ Finally get a good night’s sleep — because all the methods I teach you can also be used for bedtime routines!

✔️ Keep your cool with tantrums (you can stop worrying about damaging your kids)

✔️ Enjoy mealtimes (no more begging to eat the broccoli).


 Yes, you can do this! 

I'll walk you through everything 


"A Great Dentist Appointment For The First Time!"

"We prepped him for our visit based on what we learned in Toddler’s Made Easy. It was a true game-changer."

— Gail, Brad’s mom

“Finally, My Husband and I Are On The Same Page"

My husband and I listened to the tantrum lesson together and now we’re finally working like a team. This is a relief because we were fighting a lot during tantrums."

— Penny and J.J. 

"I love the E.A.S.Y. method. It just works! Best parenting purchase ever."

— Stella


“Went To Bed Without A Fuss!" WOW! My 3.5-year-old son, Tommy just went to bed so easily. We followed your steps exactly. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”

— Melanie R

Easy To Digest, Anywhere, Anytime


Each lesson is bite-sized so you can watch or listen while you exercise, cook dinner, feed the baby, or drive in the car — whenever it works best for you. AND YES, YOU'LL LEARN NEW THINGS!


(time-limited offer)


“I’m Not Trying To Drive You Crazy”


Your toddler's behavior will make more sense when you look at life his way— and it will make you a better parent, and person.


Are You Expecting Too Much Of Your Toddler?


Developing more realistic expectations of your toddler means fewer tantrums, power struggles, and pushback.


The Prevent Tears, Tirades, and Tantrums Toolbox


Get through the day without all the drama. Learn powerful ways to prevent unwanted behavior. 



Handle Tantrums Like A Pro


Finally feel confident that you can handle tantrums while protecting your child's dignity.


The Happy Bedtime Gameplan


Discover an easy-to-follow bedtime routine that works!

And We Can’t Forget About the Bonus! 🎉


The Parent’s Problem Solver

Grab training and scripts so you know exactly what to say and do to handle everyday toddler stuff, like biting, hitting, bathtime woes, sharing, potty training, siblings squabbles, and more.

amazing bonus lesson:

Handle Tantrums In Tricky Places


Feel confident going out with your toddler on your own. 

"I’m getting out of the house more now thanks to your advice."

— Melanie R

Zero Guesswork!

I’ve used these strategies in my busy pediatric office for more than 30 years. They’ve been effective with aggressive, shy, bold, timid, active, sensitive, defiant — all kinds of children.

It's the only course you'll need! 


Money-Back Guarantee

Not feeling like a toddler guru in 30 days? email me at [email protected] for a no-questions-asked refund. (But hey, I'm all ears for feedback!)

The burning questions I'm often asked:

There was an immediate improvement with tantrums. Just naming feelings has helped my spirited little guy express himself.”

— Deanna M.

“Thanks a ton for reassuring us parents (especially the first-timers). Bedtime is already so much easier.

— Gail H.

“I’m an MD and my husband is a PhD. I find it much easier to stay calm when I remember my toddler is just acting his age.”

— Molly P.