Register for ‘Your Child’s Challenges Are a Key to Their Success’ with Elaine Taylor-Klaus

October 10, 2023

By WEforum Editors


In partnership with the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County and the Rumson School District, this FREE WEforum Community Conversation is OPEN TO EVERYONE IN OUR COMMUNITY!

Register here to join the Tuesday, October 10th conversation

WHEN: Tuesday, October 10th
WHERE: Forrestdale Middle School Multi-Purpose Auditorium, 60 Forrest Avenue, Rumson
TIME: Registration begins at 6:45 pm / Seminar begins promptly at 7:00pm with Elaine Taylor-Klaus as our guest speaker
Q&A: 8:00-8:30pm



Take Back Your Family

  • Do you want a more peaceful family life? Would you like your complex kids to be more flexible? Wouldn’t it be nice to get a lot more cooperation?
  • Become more confident in your parenting decisions and reduce your stress as you begin to shift your reactions, communicate better, and calm the chaos.
  • Help your complex kids improve their executive functioning and become more independent.

Learn HOW a coach-approach can help you manage your child’s behavior, restoring calm and confidence, and getting results for you and your child.


Elaine Taylor-Klaus is a successful socio-preneur, the CEO and co-founder of, a virtual company providing resources to parents in more than 100 countries on six continents. She is an author of several books, curator and writer of award-winning blogs and podcasts, a nationally recognized speaker, and the co-creator of an award-winning behavior management program based on decades of personal and professional research and experience.


Help for Parents Raising Complex Kids & Teens supports parents who want to help their complex kids reach their full potential socially, academically, or at home. Complex kids are complicated, or sensitive, or quirky, or emtional, or hyperactive, or imiplusive, or sensory, or just difficult to communicate with.

Join Elaine as she guides you on how to take the frustration out of daily life and manage daily challenges effectively, with confidence and good humor. See the gifts and beauty in your child, set appropriate expectations, and communicate with less judgment and more connection. As a result, you’ll be able to give directions and offer advice without triggering defensive reactions. Your kids will see you as a member of their team and seek you out for guidance and support.


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