As a parent, it can be difficult to know how to help your child navigate and regulate their big emotions. In this workshop, we will explore the Whole-Brain Child approach to emotional regulation and provide practical strategies and tools that parents can use to support their children in managing their feelings.
Some of the topics we will cover in this workshop include:
- Understanding the Development of Emotional Regulation: We will provide an overview of the development of emotional regulation in children and the role of parents in supporting this process.
- The Whole-Brain Child Approach: Participants will learn about the Whole-Brain Child approach to emotional regulation, including the importance of using both the right and left hemispheres of the brain to help children manage their feelings.
- Mindfulness and Breathing Techniques: We will explore the benefits of mindfulness and breathing techniques for regulating emotions, and provide exercises and activities that parents can do with their children to support this process.
- Positive Communication and Empathy: We will discuss the importance of positive communication and empathy in helping children regulate their emotions, and provide tips and strategies for fostering these skills in your child.
- Play and Movement: We will discuss the role of play and movement in emotional regulation, and provide activities and exercises that parents can do with their children to support this process.
This workshop is designed for parents of children of all ages, and is suitable for those who are looking to better understand the development of emotional regulation and the role of parents in supporting this process. Our experienced and knowledgeable trainers will be on hand to answer any questions and provide personalized guidance and support.
If you are a parent looking to support your child in managing their big emotions, we encourage you to join us for this exciting and impactful workshop. Register today and start your journey to a more confident and emotionally resilient future for your child!
The small group workshops are a safe space. There will be some questions asked towards the guests around their own general experiences and at times universal experiences of all parents. During these points of the presentation, guests can choose to contribute their own experiences as little or as much as they like during these points, there is no pressure to contribute your own experiences.
After the presentation, if you have specific questions around your own circumstance, the psychologist, will be more than happy to speak one on one.
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