Wed, May 31|
Live & Recorded Workshop
Parenting Neurodiverse Youth: Social Emotional and Regulation Strategies
Cost: $60 (Includes GST) BONUS: For this session only receive both live and online access to the recording via a private facebook group that never expires! Connect with other parents, review a recorded version of the course and download the PDF whenever works best for you!
Time & Location
May 31, 2023, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Live & Recorded Workshop
About the event
BONUS: For this session only receive both live and online access to the recording via a private facebook group that never expires! Connect with other parents, review a recorded version of the course and download the PDF whenever works best for you!
Cost: $60 (Including GST) Per Family
Challenging behaviour is just the symptom of the problem--The child’s response to a trigger isn’t the issue, the reason they are triggered is the problem. All humans can become dysregulated when they are triggerd and this workshop focuses on ways that adults can help children and adolescents move from a dysregulated state to a regulated one. Only when a child is regulated, can they both discuss and solve the problem at hand.
Join Mary Klovance, a school teacher, school counsellor and Registered Clinical Counsellor (B.A., B.Ed., M.A) and learn more about how you can support the unique child in your life.
In this Neurodiversity affirming workshop we will discuss the following:
- Building Resilience
- Elements of Social Emotional Skills
- Encouraging Self-Esteem and Self-Efficacy
- How to Co-Regulate and support Self-Regulation
Inluded in this workshop is a FREE pdf file full of resources for you to use right away!
There will be time for Q & A at the end so bring your questions!
To learn more about Mary Klovance, read helpful articles about parenting and receive free downloads, visit our website at http://www.neurodiversityfamilycentre.com
Take a look at what past participants had to say about this webinar:
"GREAT workshop. Easy to follow, and super do-able ways to grow a confident, self-assured kid. Thanks, teach. I tip my hat."
"Mary is engaging, the material was great and I learned a lot."
"Wish I had this info sooner in life!"
"Very relatable and real. Not best case scenarios real life moments and reactions."
"You had such a good vibe and it was really easy to be real as a participant! Your approach to sharing and discussing our kiddos with ADHD was very encouraging and empathetic!"
"I really enjoyed your casual demeanour, funny, easy to follow, even though a lot of your examples are school based (the one area she seems to be thriving in - for now) those examples were all transferrable to home use. Thank you so much for making your expertise available in such an affordable, real time accessible way. A great place for us to start!"
"It was a very informative presentation and leaves the participants with a lot to think about afterwards."