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

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.

(Webinar) Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit

Dr. John F. Taylor Ph.D. offers monthly webnar related to parenting topics.  He embraces Adlerian concepts and principles in parenting education.

The topic for his February, 2020 monthly webinar is “Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit“, which is scheduled to be broadcasted several times through February 3-5, 2020.  The webinar is 120 minutes long, and is $20 per session.  There are also mini webinars which are approximately 15 minutes long  and are free of charge.  For registration to the monthly webinar, and/or access the mini webinars, go to: https://parentology.guide/parentology-events/webinars/.

School violence, shootings and cyber-bullying are very real threats for today’s children.  A sense of personal safety is basic to emotional health and essential for your child’s happiness and success at school and within the community. Waiting for the police to solve everything isn’t the answer.  Drawing on his over 45 years of practice as a family therapist specializing in ADHD and at-risk children and teens, Dr. John F. Taylor has become a renowned author and premiere authority on child-rearing and family life. Children and teens with ADHD are over-represented as both victims and perpetrators of bullying.  His rich clinical practice has been the basis for his refining of sensible, teachable methods to resolve “both sides” of bullying: guiding children and teens to attain emotional safety and the assertion skills that prevent victimization, as well as improving self-control, conscience, and anger management skills that prevent children and teens from becoming bullies. 
Now he shares the numerous ways YOU can help equip ANY child or teen to have REAL ANSWERS to the threat of being bullied, whether those threats come in person, at school, in public or play settings, or through electronic means.  Dr. Taylor’s suggestions are safe and sane, powerful, effective, and easy to accomplish, regardless of the child’s or teen’s psychiatric status. 
This webinar will equip you to help any child or teen:
  • recognize all types of bullying 
  • identify risk factors of becoming a target
  • learn the tell-tale signs of being bullied
  • develop social assertion skills to ward off potential bullies
  • get help from adults and peers 
  • be aware of what NOT to do at a potential bullying moment 
  • know how to sidetrack a potential bully 
  • and much, much more….
After you register, be prepared to take lots of notes.
You can even interact with Dr. Taylor and ask questions.
This class can be a life-changing event for you and your child. 
Fee: $20
Payment by Credit or Debit Card
By Paypal

(Webinar) Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit

Dr. John F. Taylor Ph.D. offers monthly webnar related to parenting topics.  He embraces Adlerian concepts and principles in parenting education.

The topic for his February, 2020 monthly webinar is “Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit“, which is scheduled to be broadcasted several times through February 3-5, 2020.  The webinar is 120 minutes long, and is $20 per session.  There are also mini webinars which are approximately 15 minutes long  and are free of charge.  For registration to the monthly webinar, and/or access the mini webinars, go to: https://parentology.guide/parentology-events/webinars/.

School violence, shootings and cyber-bullying are very real threats for today’s children.  A sense of personal safety is basic to emotional health and essential for your child’s happiness and success at school and within the community. Waiting for the police to solve everything isn’t the answer.  Drawing on his over 45 years of practice as a family therapist specializing in ADHD and at-risk children and teens, Dr. John F. Taylor has become a renowned author and premiere authority on child-rearing and family life. Children and teens with ADHD are over-represented as both victims and perpetrators of bullying.  His rich clinical practice has been the basis for his refining of sensible, teachable methods to resolve “both sides” of bullying: guiding children and teens to attain emotional safety and the assertion skills that prevent victimization, as well as improving self-control, conscience, and anger management skills that prevent children and teens from becoming bullies. 
Now he shares the numerous ways YOU can help equip ANY child or teen to have REAL ANSWERS to the threat of being bullied, whether those threats come in person, at school, in public or play settings, or through electronic means.  Dr. Taylor’s suggestions are safe and sane, powerful, effective, and easy to accomplish, regardless of the child’s or teen’s psychiatric status. 
This webinar will equip you to help any child or teen:
  • recognize all types of bullying 
  • identify risk factors of becoming a target
  • learn the tell-tale signs of being bullied
  • develop social assertion skills to ward off potential bullies
  • get help from adults and peers 
  • be aware of what NOT to do at a potential bullying moment 
  • know how to sidetrack a potential bully 
  • and much, much more….
After you register, be prepared to take lots of notes.
You can even interact with Dr. Taylor and ask questions.
This class can be a life-changing event for you and your child. 
Fee: $20
Payment by Credit or Debit Card
By Paypal

(Webinar) Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit

Dr. John F. Taylor Ph.D. offers monthly webnar related to parenting topics.  He embraces Adlerian concepts and principles in parenting education.

The topic for his February, 2020 monthly webinar is “Bully-Proof Your Child: A Parent’s Survival Toolkit“, which is scheduled to be broadcasted several times through February 3-5, 2020.  The webinar is 120 minutes long, and is $20 per session.  There are also mini webinars which are approximately 15 minutes long  and are free of charge.  For registration to the monthly webinar, and/or access the mini webinars, go to: https://parentology.guide/parentology-events/webinars/.

School violence, shootings and cyber-bullying are very real threats for today’s children.  A sense of personal safety is basic to emotional health and essential for your child’s happiness and success at school and within the community. Waiting for the police to solve everything isn’t the answer.  Drawing on his over 45 years of practice as a family therapist specializing in ADHD and at-risk children and teens, Dr. John F. Taylor has become a renowned author and premiere authority on child-rearing and family life. Children and teens with ADHD are over-represented as both victims and perpetrators of bullying.  His rich clinical practice has been the basis for his refining of sensible, teachable methods to resolve “both sides” of bullying: guiding children and teens to attain emotional safety and the assertion skills that prevent victimization, as well as improving self-control, conscience, and anger management skills that prevent children and teens from becoming bullies. 
Now he shares the numerous ways YOU can help equip ANY child or teen to have REAL ANSWERS to the threat of being bullied, whether those threats come in person, at school, in public or play settings, or through electronic means.  Dr. Taylor’s suggestions are safe and sane, powerful, effective, and easy to accomplish, regardless of the child’s or teen’s psychiatric status. 
This webinar will equip you to help any child or teen:
  • recognize all types of bullying 
  • identify risk factors of becoming a target
  • learn the tell-tale signs of being bullied
  • develop social assertion skills to ward off potential bullies
  • get help from adults and peers 
  • be aware of what NOT to do at a potential bullying moment 
  • know how to sidetrack a potential bully 
  • and much, much more….
After you register, be prepared to take lots of notes.
You can even interact with Dr. Taylor and ask questions.
This class can be a life-changing event for you and your child. 
Fee: $20
Payment by Credit or Debit Card
By Paypal

via Adler University

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

  • Developmental Conceptualization of Symptoms and Diagnoses of Children and Youth ()

    Wed, Jan 22, 2020 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PSThea
    Webinar

    Parents, teachers, and social care, health, and other professionals often have little appreciation for the normative developmental needs of children and young people, and how these conflict with social expectations and demands. Reviewing the bio-psycho-social preoccupations and challenges commonly associated with specific age ranges and juxtaposing these with the ages at which behavioral and emotional symptoms and diagnoses first or commonly are noted can sharpen and shift perspectives and approaches. A developmental model and alternative case conceptualizations of diagnoses of children and youth will be presented by Dr. Karen John, psychologist, is an independent researcher, training consultant, Adlerian psychotherapist, and a clinical and leadership supervisor and mentor.

    Please click here to register.

    Contact

    Marina Bluvshtein
    mbluvshtein@adler.edu
    3126624317

(Webinar) The Care and Feeding of Your Child’s Brain

Dr. John F. Taylor Ph.D. offers monthly webnar related to parenting topics.  He embraces Adlerian concepts and principles in parenting education.

The topic for his October, 2019 monthly webinar is “The Care and Feeding of Your Child’s Brain,” which is scheduled to be broadcasted several times through October 8-10, 2019.  The webinar is 90-120 minutes and is $20 per session.  There are also mini webinars which are approximately 15 minutes long  and are free of charge.  For registration to the monthly webinar, and/or access the mini webinars, go to: https://parentology.guide/parentology-events/webinars/.

Regarded as an innovator in the field of ADHD, John F. Taylor, Ph.D. has been a family psychologist for over 40 years and is a father of 8 children, 3 of whom have ADHD. His practice included a focus on children and adolescents with ADD/ADHD.  He authored one of the first books devoted to ADD/ADHD family relationship issues (THE HYPERACTIVE CHILD AND THE FAMILY).

A prolific developer of techniques and resources for ADD/ADHD as well as a captivating speaker, he has often been featured at conferences and on nationally broadcast talk shows. He has authored numerous books and parent educational materials as well as many articles in professional journals, including the “Sharpening Your Counseling Skills” column in the journal PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR COUNSELORS. A consultant and item writer for the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-3), he is listed in WHO’S WHO IN THE WEST, WHO’S WHO AMONG HUMAN SERVICE PROFESSIONALS and THE INTERNATIONAL WHO’S WHO OF PROFESSIONALS.

(Webinar) The Care and Feeding of Your Child’s Brain

Dr. John F. Taylor Ph.D. offers monthly webnar related to parenting topics.  He embraces Adlerian concepts and principles in parenting education.

The topic for his October, 2019 monthly webinar is “The Care and Feeding of Your Child’s Brain,” which is scheduled to be broadcasted several times through October 8-10, 2019.  The webinar is 90-120 minutes and is $20 per session.  There are also mini webinars which are approximately 15 minutes long  and are free of charge.  For registration to the monthly webinar, and/or access the mini webinars, go to: https://parentology.guide/parentology-events/webinars/.

Regarded as an innovator in the field of ADHD, John F. Taylor, Ph.D. has been a family psychologist for over 40 years and is a father of 8 children, 3 of whom have ADHD. His practice included a focus on children and adolescents with ADD/ADHD.  He authored one of the first books devoted to ADD/ADHD family relationship issues (THE HYPERACTIVE CHILD AND THE FAMILY).

A prolific developer of techniques and resources for ADD/ADHD as well as a captivating speaker, he has often been featured at conferences and on nationally broadcast talk shows. He has authored numerous books and parent educational materials as well as many articles in professional journals, including the “Sharpening Your Counseling Skills” column in the journal PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR COUNSELORS. A consultant and item writer for the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children (WISC-3), he is listed in WHO’S WHO IN THE WEST, WHO’S WHO AMONG HUMAN SERVICE PROFESSIONALS and THE INTERNATIONAL WHO’S WHO OF PROFESSIONALS.

(Webinar) Autism and Attachment: Does my child love me?

Dr. Jule Epp, Dipl-Psych is a psychologist resides in Berlin, Germany.

Quite often Dr. Jule Epp has heard parents of children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) telling her these painful truths: “When I come into the room, he doesn’t even notice me.” “When I try to hug her, she pushes me away.” “Whenever I try to be with him, he tells me he wants to be by himself.” Or even “She only comes to me when she wants something, when she needs me to get something for her. She doesn’t see me as a person.”

Adults working with children or adolescents “on the spectrum” are often feeling very unsure of themselves. The child’s behaviour suggests an aloofness, even an aversion to contact. Many parents and caretakers understandably feel rejected by their child. And so the deeply troubling question arises: Do I really matter to this child? Does my child love me?

In this webinar, Jule Epp will explore both perspectives: that of the child diagnosed with ASD and that of the parent or caretaker. The webinar will also address how we can understand the desperate move to resist attachment that we see in the child diagnosed with ASD. It will explore how this rejecting behaviour can make us as adults feel and how we tend to respond to it. And it will explore how we can break through the vicious circle of alienation that can ensue between adult and child when the defensive behaviour of the child is misunderstood. What the child diagnosed with ASD needs from us as adults is concrete support – best given in the context of play and with respect for the individual sensitivities of the child – in order to develop the deep, loving attachments both child and adult are yearning for.

Suitability & Applicability

This webinar is suitable for parents and professionals.

Time & Place

This webinar takes place from 10:00 to 11:30 am Pacific on Tuesday, October 1, 2019.

Fees & Registration

$25 per person
Registration closes at 4 pm Pacific Time on September 30, 2019.

Host/Sponsor

This course is being hosted by the Neufeld Institute, a nonprofit organization with a world-wide reach, devoted to applying developmental science to the raising of children.

Cancellation

Webinar Cancellations:
If a webinar is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances, all registrants will have the option of receiving a full refund or credit.

Participant Cancellation/No Show:
Participants may cancel their registration for a full refund up until 4 pm Pacific on the day before the webinar. After this time, no refunds will be issued.

Refunds will not be issued to individuals who miss the webinar, either by accident or on purpose (in hopes of depending on the recording due to scheduling conflicts).

Further Information

Just 90 minutes in length, our online webinars are very easy to participate in. No special software or technical equipment is required. All that is needed is a high-speed internet connection. Each participant is able to see the presenter and the PowerPoint slides and can ask questions in a live chat box.

Note regarding webinar recordings:
The registration fee is for the live webinar event only. If there are no technical issues with the recording of the webinar, all participants will be sent a 30 day link to the recording; however, since we cannot guarantee the recording, it is not considered to be part of the registration fee and therefore, no refunds will be issued if there are problems with the recording.