Building Resiliency in Young Children Part 1 (Wednesday August 11 , 2021 7-9pm EST)

$40.00

Part 1

$40 for the two-hour session

Date: Wednesday August 11 , 2021

Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST

Virtual Platform: Zoom

By registering for a workshop/course participants declare they have read, understood and agree with all policies listed at the bottom of the page.

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Description of workshop for Building Resiliency

Overview

Building resiliency is a critical skill in today’s society for both young children right up to adulthood.  This workshop is divided into a 4 part series as there is much to explore, examine and share in order to get a thorough knowledge base and perspective on this topic.  It is highly recommended that all 4 parts are taken within a month structure to get the most impact from this workshop.  It will change you as a person and your children as it did for me.

Recognizing Stress

What is resiliency?  In this introductory part, we will be exploring the many definitions of resiliency   and encompassing the many layers of these definitions in the skills we will be focusing on for the rest of the series.  We will be looking at the impact it has on our behavior when these skills are developed and how these skills can be a buffer for future mental health challenges. Homework will be given after each part to practice the skills taught.

Skill Building-What do we need to know to build resilience?

*In this part, parent/educators will learn all the skill components needed to build resiliency throughout childhood and adulthood  Self reflection questions will be asked to engage in our own self awareness of our skills and thus our children’s gaps.  Practical solutions to How we as adults develop, grow and support our childrens resiliency.  Focus will be making connections

You will learn:

Recognizing Stress

  • What stress looks like in children 2-5 yrs, school age 6-12, teens 13-17 yrs
  • Understanding of knowing when intervention or a referral for help is needed
  • Resources for referral and help   for all age groups.

Building Skills

  • specific skills and behaviors that are needed to grow resiliency
  • about yourself and where your self awareness is in relation to your own resiliency skills
  • practical strategies to start addressing each skill required in building resiliency

 

$40 for the two-hour session

Date: Wednesday August 11 , 2021

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Virtual Platform: Zoom- Please ensure that this is installed and working on your device prior to the workshop. We ask that you log on 15 minutes prior to the first session to ensure there are no technical difficulties.

A link will be emailed to you a day before the workshop.

Intended For: Supervisor/Director, Registered ECE, Early Childhood Assistant, Designated Early Childhood Educator, EarlyON Staff, Parents

Disclaimer: The session dates are subject to change due to the number of participants that sign up. The sessions will be rescheduled if there are less than 10 participants

By registering for a workshop/course participants declare they have read, understood and agree with all policies listed at the bottom of the page.

Presented By: Cathy Turalinski; RECE, B.A

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  2. Participants must be 19 years of age at the time of registration. Participants can be parents and/or ECE, ECA or child & youth workers, who are currently working in an early learning environment
  3. Experience with children from 2-6 yrs will promote the most participation.
  4. Participants must stay for the full workshop/course to receive a certificate for RECE continuous professional learning requirements for Ontario early childhood educators.
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