Always on the Move (Live Recorded Webinar)

Content
4 modules

Rating

Instructor
Sophie Naish

Released
09 Mar 2022

Price
£0 - 19

Description

Children who have suffered developmental trauma often have very high circulating cortisol. This is like their body being on full alert all the time with a pounding heart and feelings of being agitated and not being able to keep still.

If the child is feeling extra anxious, this triggers further cortisol production and makes matters worse. Because the central nervous system interprets a threat, the body is taking over from the brain, making sure that the body is ready to manage the challenge and run or fight, keeping the child wakeful and alert with eyes and ears wide open for signs of danger.

Course Length: 60 minutes.

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Objectives

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Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Trauma Revolution Cert

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Welcome
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Always on the Move - Webinar
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Always on the Move - PPT
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Thankyou for Watching
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Added 5 days ago, by Anonymous
Very interesting
 
Added 6 days ago, by Kailey
Very helpful and relevant to the children we have so will be using some of the techniques
 
Added 16 days ago, by Kerry
Useful information.
 
Added 17 days ago, by Delyse
great
 
Added 22 days ago, by Matthew
Good helpful information
 
Added 26 days ago, by Gavin
Super ty x
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Louise Handford +
excellent, well explained presentation. completely agree is a big job, can take time to constantly reassure, be patient and repetitive support to help our children who have SPD.
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Very good and informative.
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Good information. Recording was a little glitchy at times but the guidence and information provided was excellent.
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
very good

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