CE: The Person Brain Model
Shifting from common deficit or strictly behavioral models, this two-day course presents a practice model for "therapeutic helpers" (e.g. educators, child & youth care workers, foster parents) based on the workings of various brain systems and equips participants with a practical framework for short-term, momentary management and long-term planning for young people who may have experienced relational stress, trauma, or disrupted relationships.
Objectives: On completion of this course successful participants will be able to:
1. Describe the significance of relationship, culture, and ecology in the process of transformation
2. Assess and respond neurodynamically to basic brain and body states that drive behavior
3. Apply strategies to NeuroRelationally reimburse young people in elements of their lives that have been broken or are missing.
4. Integrate short-term, momentary management concepts correlated to ACT QUICK process when supporting individuals who are experiencing stress, conflict, or crisis.
This is a two-day course and hours will go as follows 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (lunch on your own), Sign in begins at 8:30 am
For more information and to register, click link below. Registration closes September 28.
CE Hours: 12 hours