April 24, 2019
Presented by Dr. Andrew Adler from Adler Family Centre
We want the best for our children. We pay close attention to their speech, play, social and motor development. We do our best to help our children acquire these skills. However, an area we tend to neglect is how our children develop the skills needed to manage negative feelings. You can play a major role in your child development on these coping skills.
This workshop will teach you the techniques to successfully help your child learn to cope with emotional distress. With clear and understandable language, Andrew will present these techniques and provide examples of how they can improve a child’s responses to negative feelings. You will be invited to describe specific examples of your own child’s responses to these feelings and receive suggestions from Andrew on how to use these techniques to help your child. You will also participate in role plays during which you will practice and master each technique by receiving feedback from him.
Wednesday, Feb 20, 2019 at 18:30 PM – 20:00 PM UTC
Woodland Montessori Academy, 1-3/F, On Fung Building, 110-118 Caine Road, Hong Kong
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