“Perspectives of Children’s Behavior” Monthly Workshop
3rd Monday of the Month
6pm-8pm on Zoom
This workshop series is appropriate for parents and professionals working with families. Behavior is a way of communicating needs or wants in response to an environment. Behavior allows communication ‘beyond words’. What we often don’t realise is that when someone is ‘acting out’, screaming or aggressive in nature, they are trying to tell us something that is often difficult to communicate with speech or the child may have neurodiversity. We invite you join us for 5 workshop sessions to take a step back and look at behaviors with a different perspective. This workshop is taught by a local mental health professional and you are more than welcome to bring your questions!
5 themes to broaden your perspective on Behaviors:
Sept 18- Core principles for a general audience.
Oct 16- Behavioral issues in the family, including blended/co-parented families.
Nov 20- Neurodiverse populations – Autism, ADHD, Tourette’s, etc.
Dec 18- Childhood trauma, foster parenting, adoption – behavioral issues in kids who have been through a lot.
Jan 15- Behavioral issues in the classroom.
*We’ll email you a reminder!
Zoom.us Meeting Link:
Meeting ID: 873 0776 2734
Do you need more info? Having trouble registering? Need extra supports for attendance?
Please contact: [email protected] | 541-734-5150 x1050
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