There is always a reason for the behaviour! This one-day workshop will provide an understanding of the integrated neurobiology of sensory processing and emotional/relational problems that result in “challenging behaviour”.
Participants will be invited to forevermore become behaviouraldetectives, using clinical reasoning, to look deeper than the surface actions we observe. By seeking to understand why people do the things we do, from a myriad of perspectives, we allow compassion into the equation. This alone changes the brain –but this mindset of clinical curiosity supports treatment strategies at home, at school and in all levels of relationships.
You will learn:
- To identify and discern the neurobiology of challenging behaviour
- To differentiate between the sensory, emotional and cognitive components of behaviour
- To understand the integration between visual, vestibular and auditory contributions to learning and engagement
- To adopt a mindset of curiosity which supports relationships in becoming more healthy, respectful and connected
Who Should Attend?
- Caregivers and Parents
- School Staff
- Social Workers and Mental
- Health Workers
- Counsellors and Psychologists
- Nurses, Probation Officers, and Child Care Workers who want more ways to help children and youth exposed to trauma
More information : www.iamkise.com