• April 15, 2019
    6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Most parenting and professional approaches to challenging behaviors do not recognize brain development and the power of relationships. Instead, interventions often target presenting behaviors for change. Trying differently means to expand our range of options, and move from punishing behaviours to understanding them, and to changing the environment and our expectations of the children. This workshop is designed to help professionals shift from changing the child’s behaviour to reframing perceptions, changing the way they respond to the behaviour and developing appropriate and effective support strategies. We will also explore the key role of relationship in addressing challenging behaviour.

Presenter: Malgosia Tomanik



5050 47th Avenue, Delta, British Columbia, Canada, V4K 2V8

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