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  • Simplifying: The Creation of Calm (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 27, 2019 (9:00am - 12:30pm)
    • Simplifying: The Creation of Calm (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • Simplifying: The Creation of Calm (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • The Institute of Child Psychology is here to help you gain clarity and peace as a parent. Inspired by the work of Kim Payne and his model of Simplicity Parenting, you will explore ways in which you as a parent/caregiver can create calm in the home and your child's everyday life: through the process of simplification. Research and strategies will…
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  • Teaching Mindfulness to Help Children Thrive  (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 27, 2019 (1:30pm - 5:00pm)
    • April
    • Teaching Mindfulness to Help Children Thrive  (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • Teaching Mindfulness to Help Children Thrive (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • Mindfulness can be used in a variety of ways to support mental health for children and teens both in classroom settings and at home. During this seminar, we will explore the roots of mindfulness as well as when it can be used with children according to their development. The biophysical foundations for the use of mindfulness with children will be…
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  • The Impact of Technology on Children and Youth (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 28, 2019 (9:00am - 12:30pm)
    • The Impact of Technology on Children and Youth (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • The Impact of Technology on Children and Youth (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • The use of technology in homes has increased rapidly over the past decade. Although helpful in many ways, it has also triggered many questions. In this workshop, parents and professionals will explore concrete, research-based strategies geared to help children and teens manage screen use.This workshop will empower the adults in a child’s life to make informed, practical decisions regarding technology…
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  • The Making of the Resilient Parent (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 27, 2019 (9:00am - 12:30pm)
    • The Making of the Resilient Parent (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • The Making of the Resilient Parent (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • Parenting is tough and there are many ways to be a good parent. Rather than promote specific tactics that may or may not work for you, this presentation gets to the heart of parenting challenges to look at our own reactions. By learning to understand and manage our own emotions, we can improve relationships with our children and help them…
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  • The Power of Play: A Key Tool for Resiliency: SOLD OUT (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 28, 2019 (9:00am - 12:30pm)
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    • The Power of Play: A Key Tool for Resiliency: SOLD OUT (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • In this course will learn to understand your child's play and the benefits to using (and encouraging) "play" to help your child develop resilience. We will also explore how play is related to development of the brain, and how play deprivation can adversely affect children. Strategies on how to engage with your child in their play to help them overcome…
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  • The Relationship Between Nutrition and Mental Health Outcomes (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 27, 2019 (1:30pm - 5:00pm)
  • Understanding the Highly Sensitive Child (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • April 28, 2019 (1:30pm - 5:00pm)
    • Understanding the Highly Sensitive Child (Annual Conference) Quick View
    • Understanding the Highly Sensitive Child (Annual Conference)
    • $50.00
    • A highly sensitive child [HSC] is one of the fifteen to twenty percent of children born with a nervous system that is highly aware and quick to react to everything. This makes them quick to grasp subtle changes, prefer to reflect deeply before acting, and generally behave conscientiously. They are also easily overwhelmed by high levels of stimulation, sudden changes,…
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