Full Course Description


Parenting with the Brain in Mind

OBJECTIVES

  1. Explain the "SIFT" strategy and how using this with children will help them make better decisions and be more flexible.

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Copyright : 31/03/2012

Child Therapy without Problems: The Kids Skills Approach

OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe how to invite the child’s parents, teachers, and friends to help them master their new skills.

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Copyright : 28/04/2012

Using Mindfulness and Meditation with Kids

OBJECTIVES

  1. Learn how to adapt mindfulness techniques to work for young clients.

OUTLINE

Copyright : 24/05/2014

Busting the Myths of the Teenage Brain

OBJECTIVES

  1. Identify how to integrate the latest brain development research into your work with teens.

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Copyright : 24/05/2014

Engaging Kids Who Hate Therapy

OBJECTIVES

  1. Identify how to avoid common therapeutic pitfalls when working with resistant young clients.

OUTLINE

Copyright : 30/05/2014

Brain to Brain: Soothing the Traumatized Adolescent

OBJECTIVES

  1. Discuss why using “time-out” as a disciplinary tactic with kids is not always effective.

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Copyright : 30/05/2014

Parents, Children, and Anxiety: Changing the Family Dance

OBJECTIVES

  1. Explain how to work with parents and children to help normalize anxiety.

OUTLINE

Copyright : 28/07/2012

Reclaiming Parental Authority

OBJECTIVES

  1. Discuss and demonstrate concrete techniques to increase parental authority--even when teens refuse treatment.

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Copyright : 01/04/2012

Family Therapy for the Postmodern Family

OBJECTIVES

  1. Discuss the advantages to working individually with a child.

OUTLINE

Copyright : 08/04/2012

Attachment Issues and Stepfamilies

OBJECTIVES

  1. Describe some of the major challenges to connection and attachment created by “stepfamily architecture.”

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Copyright : 14/04/2012