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MANAGING MELTDOWNS

May 9 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

MANAGING MELTDOWNS A FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN UNDER 6 WITH SEAN LARSEN, PHD Meltdowns, freak outs, tantrums ... big emotions can be a normal part of childhood and beyond. Learn how to navigate them. Learn about: • children's brains • how our brains work under stress • the function and anatomy of emotions • trauma-informed approaches to help children navigate their big emotions Thursday, May 9th 3-5:00 Free dinner provided 5-6:00 Childcare on-site Space is limited. Register early! Contact Barb Cyr: barbcyr@kaslo.services Dr. Sean Larsen has a PhD from University of Victoria in Counselling Psychology and has worked In the a rea of child, youth and family mental health for the past two decades. He has spoken nationally on anxiety, trauma, sleep, intense behaviours in childhood and suicide risk assessment and risk management.

A FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN UNDER 6 WITH SEAN LARSEN, PHD

Meltdowns, freak outs, tantrums … big emotions can be a normal part of childhood and beyond. Learn how to navigate them.

Learn about:

  • children’s brains
  • how our brains work under stress
  • the function and anatomy of emotions
  • trauma-informed approaches to help children navigate their big emotions

Thursday, May 9th 3-5:00

Free dinner provided 5-6:00

Childcare on-site

Space is limited. Register early!

Contact Barb Cyr:

barbcyr@kaslo.services

Dr. Sean Larsen has a PhD from University of Victoria in Counselling Psychology and has worked In the area of child, youth and family mental health for the past two decades. He has spoken nationally on anxiety, trauma, sleep, intense behaviours in childhood and suicide risk assessment and risk management.

MANAGING MELTDOWNS A FREE WORKSHOP FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN UNDER 6 WITH SEAN LARSEN, PHD Meltdowns, freak outs, tantrums ... big emotions can be a normal part of childhood and beyond. Learn how to navigate them. Learn about: • children's brains • how our brains work under stress • the function and anatomy of emotions • trauma-informed approaches to help children navigate their big emotions Thursday, May 9th 3-5:00 Free dinner provided 5-6:00 Childcare on-site Space is limited. Register early! Contact Barb Cyr: barbcyr@kaslo.services Dr. Sean Larsen has a PhD from University of Victoria in Counselling Psychology and has worked In the a rea of child, youth and family mental health for the past two decades. He has spoken nationally on anxiety, trauma, sleep, intense behaviours in childhood and suicide risk assessment and risk management.

 

Details

Date:
May 9
Time:
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Event Categories:
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Organizer

Barb Cyr
Phone
250-353-7691 ext. 209
Email
barbcyr@nklcss.org

Venue

Kaslo Family Resource Centre: room B120 at JVH school
J. V. Humphries School, 500 6th St
Kaslo, BC
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