The Brain Science of Children's Emotions
Do you work with children and families and want some more tools to help support them? Do you want to be able to guide parents into a more playful way of interacting with their children, practice setting limits in a calm and loving way that leads to healing, and inspire parents to do the deep work of transforming their own childhood wounds stimulated by parenting? Hand in Hand Parenting can guide you in simple but profound methods to do all of the above. I have seen it completely transform my own way of working with children and families and improve countless families' interactions.
This one hour live webinar will introduce you to a groundbreaking method to help children with strong emotions and help parents understand what they can do to help and why it helps. You will learn the Hand in Hand Parenting tool of Staylistening, drawn from Attachment Theory and Peter Levine’s principles on trauma release. You will walk away with a deeper understanding of what to do when a child you are working with refuses to cooperate or begins to melt down, how to teach this tool to parents you work with, and the neuroscientific reasoning behind why it works.
Presented by Karen Wolfe, MA Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Hand in Hand Parenting Instructor.