Time: 5:00-6:00 pm
Dates: June 17-August 19
Cost: $400 for 10 weeks
*Parents only - no child care provided*
Regulated Parents in Action
Come move, play, and learn with us! In this hands-on parent training series, we will dive into strategies to help regulate our children through the power of our own self-regulation. We will provide education and experiential opportunities
to help us understand how to use ourselves and the parent-child relationship to regulate our children. Each week we
will cover a topic that incorporates the use of sensory regulation, mindfulness, and yoga to positively influence our regulation so that we can approach parenting from a place
of fullness and abundance rather than emptiness and burnout. Parents will have practical tools to incorporate right away into daily life.
Time: 6:00-7:00 pm
Dates: June 18-August 20
Cost: $50 for 10 weeks
*Parents only - no child care provided*
Circle of Security® Parenting™ Group
The Circle of Security® Parenting™ program is based on decades of research about how secure parent-child relationships can be supported and strengthened and helps us make sense of what our children are really asking from us. This is a 10-week course that utilizes video clips to present information about The Circle as well as examples of parents using The Circle with their children. Groups are a mix of watching video clips to learn new concepts and discussing and reflecting on our own experiences. This program is appropriate for all parents, those looking to learn a bit more, those who are struggling in their relationship with their child, as well as new parents, foster and adoptive parents!
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While you wait
When you are struggling with challenging behaviors with your child, you need help now! We realize that waitlists are long and many families and caregivers are struggling with getting the help that they need.
We are offering a 'while you wait' service in order to get you connected with information and support when you need it- Now!
Begin the process of understanding your child better, try new strategies specific to children with challenging behavior, and drop in on our therapist consultation hours to work through specific issues and concerns.
These services are FREE and OPEN TO ANYONE!
Please stop back often as we expand our trainings (delivered through you tube and audio recording) and to sign up for future drop in sessions.
Questions? Contact us here!
Podcast Episode 1
Basics of Sensory Processing
Every wonder why your child reacts to things that seem like no big deal? Or why they just can't stop moving? Learn about how our bodies process information coming from both our environment and from ourselves. (Handout here)
Podcast Episode 2
Basics of Regulation- Why just "calming down" doesn't work!
In this episode we begin to describe how our brains learn to attend to what's important in our environment, manage emotions, engage and learn! And we answer the question of why telling someone to "just calm down" is NOT the most effective strategy. (Handout Here)
Podcast Episode 3
Co-Regulation: The dance of regulation in the relationship
Now that you have learned about the basics of regulation we will explore how each person's regulation can affect the other. And how this can be used as one of the most effective skills to help children get regulated! (Handout Here)
Podcast Episode 4
What Parents Bring to the Relationship with their child
We come to relationships from our own life experience as well as our own neurological set points. Let's break down some of the things we bring to our relationship with our child. Awareness is the first step! (Handout Here)
Podcast Episode 5
Surviving the Holidays
The holidays are filled with wonder and excitement- but can also lead to stress and disregulation. Listen in as we talk strategies and managing expectations to create joy and memories this holiday season! (Handout Here)
Podcast Episode 6
Attachment in the Parent Child Relationship
In this episode we discuss the different "attachment styles" that inform how we engage with others in any relationship. We explore how our early attachment style with our primary caregiver affects how we view- and ultimately engage with the world around us.