Helping Your Child to Manage Transitions (LIVE Recorded Webinar)

Content
3 modules

Difficulty
Intermediate

Rating

Course Length
60 mins

Instructor
Danielle Whatling-Gleadall

Released
20 Jul 2020

Price
Free

Description

During this webinar we will be looking at transitions, what they look and why the children’s behaviour escalates or changes dramatically following the change. We will look at factors that may affect transitions:

• Fear of change
• Emotional age
• Fear of adults
• Being in control
• Lack of cause and effect thinking
• Separation anxiety
• Sensory issues
And finally, we will end with strategies.

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Certificate

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

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Helping Your Child to Manage Transitions Video
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Added 19 days ago, by Anonymous
Very useful tips to use to support children that experience difficulties with transitions. Good spectrum of ideas to consider in relation to transitions.
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Chloe
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Added about 1 month ago, by Oliver Taylor-Griffiths +
This was completed by Oliver and Juan Carlos Martinez González
 
Added about 1 month ago, by Anonymous
Good information.
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Anonymous
No comment
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Harriet
Very insightful
 
Added about 2 months ago, by Daniel
Very good
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
It was a great course
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
the module confirms what we have always tried to follow in terms of always trying to reassure and always preparing in advance trying to take as much uncertainty away as possible and always being keen on routine
 
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Helpful course - thank you!

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