This event aims to challenge traditional beliefs about behaviour in the early years. It will encourage practitioners to view behaviour through a different lens, no longer seeing ‘challenging behaviour’ but stress and distress. By exploring the rules of the biological make-up of the brain and how it shapes children’s behaviour, the session will give practitioners an insight into what a child needs to regulate their emotions and responses. The session will include: early brain development and stress responses, the importance of secure attachments and the impact of trauma, sensory processing and dysregulation, behaviour and communication, developing self-regulation.
Please use the code EEABERDEEN to receive the 100% members' discount.