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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.

Materials

Make sure you have at hand a notepad, several print papers (A4),  and pencil/pens and some crayons or markers.  

Target audience

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 center@eti.training

Location: Zoom. A recording will be sent to participants who missed the webinar, to view for 7 days.