Understanding the Highly Sensitive Child
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, and the emotional distress of others (Aron, 2018).
In this workshop parents, caregivers, and professionals will learn to better understand these children and ways to help them manage in the home and the classroom.
Identifying whether a child is highly sensitive
Exploring struggles that accompany these types of children and possible solutions
Understanding how parenting style can impact HSC
Develop strategies to build resiliency in HSCI
Tammy Auten-Dye, R. Psychologist
February 4th and 11th
Who Should Attend?
This presentation is appropriate for parents, caregivers, and mental health professionals.
What is Provided:
Handouts of an overview of the material for each week. A certificate will be granted after completion of this seminar.
Can I Submit This Event Under My Benefits?
This workshop may be eligible for reimbursement under "psychological services" for Employee Assistance Plans (under the umbrella of group counselling]; weekly receipts will be granted for submission to your insurance company.
How is This Course Delivered:
This course will be delivered through GoToWebinar; a computer and internet connection will be required
What if I Miss a Class:
All* classes will be recorded and sent out to participants on the following day. Each recording will be available for 30 days.
Refunds only given up to 30 days prior to the event. Tickets can be transferred to a third party at any time.
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