The Get Unstuck Parenting Summit

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Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge

Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge

Your Roadmap to Breaking Free From Anxiety, ADHD, Autism, OCD, Mood Issues, and Behavioral Problems

The Get Unstuck Parenting Summit


Parenting ADHD and autism, along with any other issue that slows your child’s development or interferes with their behavior or learning, comes with challenges and a whole lot of worry. I am here to tell you, “It’s Gonna Be OK!™” During this online parenting summit, you will have an amazing opportunity to learn from TOP experts and parents just like YOU who will share their best tips that you can use right away.

Are you looking for NATURAL ways to change your child's behavior, learning, or social emotional-needs that actually work? Dr. Ro and friends, share their top tips to help your child be more focused, calm, and get better grades so you don’t have don’t go down that internet search rabbit hole. Hey, we all have been there! These are trusted experts who know what it is like to have a child who is STUCK!

Whether you are looking for a mindful parenting summit to slow down and be more present or a condition specific summit, such as parenting autism and ADHD summit, we got you covered! We will focus on the top issues facing our kids today. ADHD, anxiety, OCD, PANS/PANDAS, Lyme Disease, depression, behavioral issues, learning disability, failure to launch, social media addiction, technology addiction, virtual learning, and more!

Not only am I a psychologist who has helped thousands of kids and families for three decades, I am a special needs mom too…so I get it! You need actionable tools and techniques that you can start using today, and that is what The Get Unstuck Parenting Summit is all about!

So, What is a Parent Summit? And How can a Parenting Summit Help Your Child?


This summit has top speakers and special needs parents just like you who will give you practical tips and information that you can begin implementing immediately. This isn’t an overwhelming 11 day summit either. Two days of concentrated help to jumpstart your parenting to create change. And if you want more, there is a VIP upgrade of a third day of LIVE Q&A with Dr. Ro and friends. There will be some amazing additional bonuses and giveaways for those that invest in their family health and choose to be a VIP!

You are tired of searching “What is the best parenting advice?”, “How do you discipline a child with ADHD?

You may be wondering “Has parenting become more difficult?”, “How do I stop yelling at my child” or even “Why you should not medicate ADHD? Or my child’s behavioral issues?” Yep, you are that frustrated and overwhelmed by your child’s behavior! And that was before this virtual learning and pandemic sent you over the edge. I mean, heck, you can’t even get out with your girlfriends to let out some steam!

Does parenting styles affect ADHD? Or Does parenting styles affect behavior?


You may be wondering if how you parent impacts your child’s anxiety, ADHD, autism, OCD, mood Issues, and behavioral problems? And the answer is yes. How you parent DOES impact your child’s behavior. That means we can do a lot to support our child’s learning through parenting!

So, what type of parenting style is best for your child, you ask? You may be searching the and are the best types of parenting styles? Well, there are four types of parenting that most people are familiar with.

What are the 4 types of parenting styles?

    • Authoritarian Parenting
      Authoritarian parents focus more on punishment and less on learning through discipline. It is important to note that authoritarian parenting and harsh parental control are associated with a higher rate of behavioral problems, externalizing behaviors, and at-risk behaviors (Pinquart, 2017; Thompson, Hollis & Dagger, 2003).
    • Authoritative Parenting
      It focuses on balancing limits with love. Authoritative parents give their child boundaries, but also the freedom to make their own decisions.
    • Permissive Parenting
      Parents who follow permissive parenting take on a role that resembles more of a friend than parent and give their child limited boundaries.
  • Uninvolved Parenting
    Essentially, this style of parenting fails to provide their children with safety and structure.

What is the best parenting style for a child with anxiety, ADHD, or behavioral issues?


There is another type of parenting, that I love and dive into in my book, It’s Gonna Be OK!™ called Autonomy-Supportive Parenting

Autonomy-supportive parenting is a style of parenting that promotes and builds autonomy in children through positive parenting and encouraging children to make decisions independently in safe, age-appropriate ways. Like positive parenting, children are given structure and limits, but are encouraged to explore and make choices in a supportive way (through positive language) that makes them feel valued and competent. Children are supported enough to make their own decisions without being overly protected or limited, and they feel capable doing so, which is why I like this style of parenting so much. Our children with anxiety, ADHD, autism,learning, mood and behavioral issues already are stuck in a shame cycle.

How do you discipline a child with ADHD? Or any other clinical issue or behavior?


What are parenting strategies, you ask? Well, first you have to stop wondering if “Is ADHD a lack of discipline?” or “Is my child acting out on purpose?” Kids have overactivated nervous systems due to stress, toxins, genetic mutations, poor food quality, nutrient deficiencies, etc., which means they have less reliance and coping skills, so they are more reactive. When a child is more reactive, that means they are more rigid and emotional, which makes them harder to parent.

Why does my child not listen? Or more specifically, why does my child with ADHD not listen? Guess what? Not every kid that doesn’t listen, has ADHD! There are so many reasons why kids can’t focus or follow directions and ADHD is just one of them. In our Get Unstuck Parent Summit, we will specifically talk about why it is so hard for kids to focus today and why. We will talk about when should a child with ADHD be medicated and alternatives to help your child with or without ADHD focus.

We talk a lot about parenting at The Get Unstuck Parenting Summit and give you information along with actionable tips to help yell less and huge more.


How to parent a child with anxiety? How can parents help their child with anxiety?


These are two of the biggest questions that I get asked every single day. Anxiety was at an all-time high even before the pandemic for kids and adults. Anxiety is statistically the greatest mental health condition in America today. And the pandemic has thrown fuel on the fire, as we are all feeling increased overwhelm and stress.

There is no doubt that every kid in America is stressed right now and parents need help navigating this! During this summit we will discuss what are signs of anxiety in a child, what OCD and depression looks like, and have anxiety, OCD, and behavioral resources for parents. I personally will share my top tips for helping children manage their anxiety and become stress inoculated! Building resilience and coping skills in our children is the key to lifelong happiness.

Why this parenting summit is more important than ever…


Our children are more stressed than ever and so are we! This FREE summit will give you actionable tips and tools to help your child learn, focus, and feel calm and confident during these uncertain times. Change starts with one small action and signing up TODAY is your first step.


And join top speakers who can help you GET UNSTUCK! Including:

JJ Virgin, 4x NY Times Bestselling Author
Pete Wright, Esq. Special Education Law Expert, Founder of
Miranda Hope, TEDx Speaker and daughter of Bob Hope
Dr. Elisa Song, MD of Healthy Kids, Happy Kids
Cynthia Henry Thurlow, Women’s Health Expert, TEDx Speaker with 8 Million Views
Robin McManne, Founder of Parenting for Connection
Dr. Debi Silber, Founder, The Post Betrayal Transformation Institute
Maria Rickert Hong, Author of Almost Autism
Dr. Tom Moorcroft, DO, Founder of Origins of Health and PANS/PANDAS/AE and Lyme and Tick-borne Disease Expert
Beth Lambert, Director of Epidemic Answers and Author of A Compromised Generation
Gabriella True, Board of for PANS/PANDAS
Dr. Krista Burns, Founder of The American Posture Institute
Becky Wells, Founder of the Hippie Moms Community
Faith Clark, Teamwork, Organizational, and Inclusion Expert
Nancy McDermott, LCSW, JD, Failure to Launch Expert
Diane Carlson, LCSW, Parenting, ADHD and Autism Expert

Are you looking for help for your child’s or teen’s behavior?

Boy, the world is stressful right now (and it has been for a long time!). Of course, you are worried about your child’s mental health! Your child may be struggling with focus, stress, mood, behavior, emotions, or socially and you aren’t sure what to do about it and you feel STUCK… Well, Dr. Roseann is here to show you how to GET UNSTUCK!

As a licensed therapist and certified psychologist, as well as a special needs mom herself, Dr. Roseann knows what it is like to search for ways to help your child’s attention, learning, and behavior and still see your child struggle. So, if you’ve gone down the Google MD and ineffective medication and therapy rabbit hole, it is time to get support from Dr. Ro who can help you help your child to be focused, calm, and feel good about themselves.

Want to work with Dr. Roseann, so you can turn your child’s behavior around and GET UNSTUCK?

Sign up for the FREE Get Unstuck Parenting Summit, where you get access to amazing speakers and parenting resources. You can get her books for parents and professionals, including: It’s Gonna Be OK™: Proven Ways to Reverse Your Child’s Mental Health Issues With Natural Therapies, Teletherapy Toolkit™ and Brain Under Attack: A Resource For Parents and Caregivers of Children With PANS, PANDAS, and Autoimmune Encephalopathy.

Want to work with Dr. Roseann personally?  She sees people at her Ridgefield, CT center usi=g neurofeedback, biofeedback, and psychotherapy to turn behavior around, as well as does neurofeedback and coaching remotely.  She also does small group special needs parent coaching though her Get Unstuck Program™, where Dr. Ro walks parents through how to reduce and reverse mental health issues to break free from those barriers that are holding your child and family back so they can be calm, making connections, and getting good grades. She has also reached billions through her dozens of media appearances on her mission to, ‘Change the way we view and treat children’s mental health™.” 

The best way to find out if we can help you is to apply to work with us, so we know you are ready for the powerful change that lies ahead. 

Are you a professional who wants more training from Dr. Roseann? 

Sign up for her Professional Webinars and CE-Based Courses or purchase her book, Teletherapy Toolkit™: Therapist Handbook for Treating Children and Teens

If you are a business or organization that needs proactive guidance to support employee mental health or an organization looking for a brand representative, check out Dr. Roseann’s professional speaking page to see how we can work together.

Dr. Roseann is a Children’s Mental Health Expert and Therapist who is regularly featured on media outlets including, CBS, NBC, FOX News, PIX11 NYC, The New York Times, FORBES, Business Insider, USA Today, CNET, Marth Stewart, and PARENTS. 

She is the founder and director of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health and Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge. Dr. Roseann is a Board Certified Neurofeedback (BCN) Practitioner, a Board Member of the Northeast Region Biofeedback Society (NRBS), Certified Integrative Medicine Mental Health Provider (CMHIMP) and an Amen Clinic Certified Brain Health Coach.  She is also a member of The International Lyme Disease and Associated Disease Society (ILADS), The American Psychological Association (APA), Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) National Association of School Psychologists (NASP), International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR) and The Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB).

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