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(Online Workshop) Staying Connected in Conflict for Child Service Providers, Preparing for Behaviors after COVID

May 23 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm PDT

$50

Calling all Teachers, Child Care Providers, Parent Educators, and Therapists who Work with Children….

Join the Seattle Colleges Foundation for a fundraiser online workshop, for the North Seattle Parent Ed.’s Shelter Program.

Date:  May 23rd, 2020, Saturday

Time: 9:30-11:30am, and 12:30-2:30pm (an hour lunch break in between)

Cost:  $50, or other amount from your continuing education (CE) resources


Join the Seattle Colleges Foundation as we learn strategies for working with children in the classroom and beyond to connect with us and each other when dealing with conflict, address our own needs as well as theirs, and teach self advocacy skills & more. See learning objectives below in the flyer for more information.
Register to get the link, and donate suggested amount of $50 or other amount from your continuing education resources, to fund parenting education classes for families dealing with homelessness. There is a video about the program in the flyer.
To mail a check, it will go to:
Seattle Colleges Foundation; on the memo line list:Crowser Memorial Homeless Support Scholarship Fund
**If this statement isn’t on the memo line, we won’t get the money, it will go to the general fund.
Mail to:
Seattle Colleges Office of Advancement
Siegal Administrative Center
1500 Harvard Avenue
Seattle WA 98122
Online:
At the online link, be sure the click the “Designation” to indicate it goes to the Crowser Memorial Fund.

Calling all Teachers, Child Care Providers, Parent Educators, and Therapists who Work with Children…

 

A Fundraiser

for North Seattle Parent Ed.’s

Shelter Program

See this video to learn about our shelter program:

Learning Objectives

Co-regulate until kids can self-regulate

Open your mind to a new paradigm of discipline

Notice and respond to children’s neurodevelopmental needs

Navigate your own neurobiological needs

Empower yourself and children to self-advocate together

Cultivate cooperation over compliance

Teach children to connect with each other

…all in the midst of big emotions in conflict

 

Presenter: Betty Peralta, MIT, MSc, IMH-E® (III) trains on an anti-biased, trauma-healing, neurodevelopmental approach to children’s behaviors. She is Parenting Coach for a domestic violence shelter, Parent Educator for two cooperative preschools, Infant Mental Health Reflective Consultant for home visitors, and Adult-Child Interaction Specialist in her practice, ALTA: Alternative Learning and Therapeutic Avenues. She can be reached for training and consulting at www.altavenues.com.