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August 11, 2020
7:00 pm: Understanding the Importance of Self-Soothing and Self-Regulation for Children who have Experienced Trauma Webinar
August 11, 2020 –
Trauma is the unique individual experience of an event or of enduring conditions in which the individual's ability to integrate his or her emotional experience is overwhelmed. Trauma impact individuals differently learning how to self-sooth and self-regulate are two critical techniques that a child need to help them manage their emotions and behaviors when they are feeling overwhelmed both physically and emotionally. This training will give parents an understanding of how trauma impacts their child's brain and behavior. Most importantly parent will learn self-regulation and self-soothing techniques to help keep their child safe.
August 12, 2020
12:00 pm: Part 3:RAD & DSED - Attachment Developmental Framework; Mental Health Phenomena in RAD/DSED; Why Typical Therapy Fails Webinar
August 12, 2020 –
Children involved with child protective services, including those in adoptive and foster placements, often suffer from mysterious behavioral and developmental challenges that wreck lives and break the hearts of parents and children. Explore therapeutic parenting and childcare strategies that can STOP RAD and DSED in their tracks and help these fragile children get back on track. Includes case histories of children who healed through RAD [Reactive Attachment Disorder] or DSED [Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder].
Part 3:RAD & DSED - Attachment Developmental Framework; Mental Health Phenomena in RAD/DSED; Why Typical Therapy Fails
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August 19, 2020
August 19, 2020 –
All children are oppositional from time to time, particularly when tired, hungry, stressed, or upset. However, youth that display continual patterns of tantrums, arguing, and angry or disruptive behavior toward teachers, parents, or other authority figures that interfere with their functioning may have oppositional defiant disorder (ODD). The stressors and challenges youth are experiencing as a result of COVID-19 decisions affecting their youthful norms can absolutely trigger more mental health related concerns. Participants will gain an understanding of ODD, Risk Factors, Prevention/Intervention, COVID-19 triggers, and effective therapy.
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