In this workshop we will be discussing seperation anxiety for children 1 to 6 years old, and techniques on helping children feel secure.
What Should You Do About Separation Anxiety? How Can You Help Your Child Transition to a New Environment? Will Your Child Suffer From Anxiety Later in Life?
These and other questions will be answered for you in this workshop.
It is normal for young children to sometimes feel worried or upset when faced with routine separations from their parents or other important caregivers causing children to cry, cling, or refuse to part.
Usually such separation anxiety fades as they grow up, begin school, and gain confidence. However, for some children their response to actual or anticipated separations is far more extreme than their peers, and/or continues well beyond the first 1-2 years of school. These children’s difficulties may indicate the presence of separation anxiety disorder.
What to Expect:
- Learn techniques to set ground rules and follow through in a way that’s positive for children and parents.
- Learn tips that will make your life smoother and more predictable.
- Learn how to set a plan with tactical rewards and what to do if your child begins to show signs of seperation anxiety.
- Using provided positive parenting strategies you will build your child’s resilience, social skills and independence.
About the Instructor:
RECE, Parenting Practitioner, Family Mediator and Child Voice Practitioner Rose Morsh is the founder of InventiveMinds Child, Youth and Family Support Centre a not-for-profit organization, which is licensed under the Ministry of Education and OAFM (In process).
Inventiveminds provides Family Law Mediation Services, Private Inspired Montessori School, Early Years Childcare (Montessori), Parent and Youth Support therapy, community services for new moms. Parenting courses related to children Aid Services and Mediation, Separation, and Divorce.
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