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Chris Lake Is Helping Parents Of Pandemic Babies Achieve Their Milestones And Improve Their Behavior

As a father and a behavior therapist, Chris Lake has developed his expertise to help any toddler behave better. He understands that it’s not easy being a parent—especially in these challenging times. But he is eager to help parents around the world get help.

From terrible twos to unbearable tantrums—he believes he has the key to untangle these challenging behaviors children possess once and for all. 

Chris Lake has been studying behavior sciences extensively for the last 16 years, providing behavior therapy to 100s of young children with Autism across all five boroughs of NYC. There is no challenging behavior he hasn’t dealt with.

According to USA Today and many other reputable outlets, a growing body of evidence reveals a never-before-seen explosion of developmental delays across an entire generation of pandemic babies. Because of this, he is on a mission to support parents in getting help.  

This inspired Chris Lake to create the book HELP YOUR TODDLER MEET THEIR MILESTONES: 101 Behavior Hacks, written to help all parents of pandemic babies. 

He hopes this book will help parents set clear goals and provide crystal clear guidance on how to achieve them, by giving them evidence-based tools that can help any child reach their milestones.

To purchase a copy of HELP YOUR TODDLER MEET THEIR MILESTONES: 101 Behavior Hacks visit

To learn more visit his website at

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