My Child is Out of Control!
A Webinar for Parents of Kids with Difficulties in Self-Regulation
Parents of children with neuropsychiatric symptoms struggle with how to help their child attain self-regulation, an essential requirement for well-being. Self-regulation is the ability to manage extreme (positive or negative) emotions, sensations, and thoughts. As a foundation for stability and relationships, it lies at the very core of a meaningful life.
In this interactive webinar, you will learn about the ingredients of self-regulation and the particular difficulties that children with neuropsychiatric issues face in achieving it. You will also practice a hands-on exercise to facilitate self-regulation in your child.
Objectives of the webinar:
Provide up-to-date information on the three levels of self-regulation (emotional, cognitive, sensorial).
Understand the link between neuropsychiatric symptoms and self-regulation.
Introduce to the step-by-step guide to practice and improve self-regulation
Introduce a basic exercise to help you and your child self-regulate.
Make sure you have at hand a notepad, several print papers (A4), and pencil/pens and some crayons or markers.
Parents and adult family members of children who experience anxiety, depression, OCD, selective eating and sensory processing difficulties or who suffer from PANS/PANDAS/AE, Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), anxiety, depression, conduct disorder, and Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD), etc.
Date: January 24 at 4:00-5:15-PM EST.
Cost: $25. Parents who cannot afford this amount can a waiver of this fee by sending a note to firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Zoom. A recording will be sent to participants who missed the webinar, to view for 7 days.