Are you tired of your child's outbursts and tantrums? 

Trying to keep it all together but you just can't?

You Are Not Alone!

All behavior is communicating something. Your child really wants to do well. Tantrums occur because a child is trying to communicate a desire, need, want, emotion, or thought.


Depending on their developmental age, chronological age, maturity level, environment, and the prior behaviors that were reinforced, the tantrums may have become reinforced and now occur out of habit.


The bottom line is that tantrums are a way for your child to communicate with you.


Your child is essentially learning how to communicate with you. As a parent, it is important for you to become sensitive to your child’s signals and communication patterns.

Who am I?

Hey there. Nice to meet you! I'm Dr. Ann-Louise T. Lockhart, a Pediatric Psychologist Board Certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.


I have a private practice in San Antonio, Texas specializing in the treatment of children, adolescents, and adults with acute and chronic behavioral health and medical conditions.

I have been married for 20 years and have two amazing children, who help me fine-tune and develop my parenting skills. I love good food, superhero and sci-fi movies, traveling, reading, and experimenting with hairstyles and fashion.

I absolutely love teaching and educating others to help them feel more confident in parenting and in life.

You will learn:

  • Why tantrums occur

  • What Power Struggles are

  • What triggers tantrums and how to avoid them

  • The Biggest Parenting Mistakes

  • How to Change Behaviors

  • How to Meet the Need​​​​

Questions? Send us a message!

You Are Not Alone:

The Ultimate Parent's Guide to

Eliminating Tantrums

eBook available for download now.

For only $9

This mini guide goes through the why behind your child's tantrums and provides practical, to the point strategies from an experienced child/pediatric psychologist and parent coach, to help you decrease and eventually eliminate tantrums.