Workshops

 

 

kim barthel Workshop possibilities:

 
 

Becoming a Behavioural Detective: Understanding and Supporting Complex Behaviour

There is always a reason for the behaviour! This one-day* workshop will provide an understanding of the integrated neurobiology of sensory processing and emotional/ relational problems that result in “challenging behaviour”. More about this Workshop…

 
 

Trauma Informed Practice

Trauma is a universal experience yet generally speaking, it is an uncommon part of people’s daily conversation. Thankfully, and appropriately, trauma-informed practice is becoming an increasingly common topic within forward-thinking organizations world-wide. More about this Workshop…

 

Neuro-Developmental Treatment

These one, two, three, four and five-day workshops are designed to acquaint Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Speech & Language Pathologists with the Neuro-Developmental Treatment approach. More about this Workshop…

 

Conscious Parenting: Understanding Yourself Supports your Child’s Emotional Well-Being

Mindful Parenting is an introductory one-day* workshop for parents and caregivers to understand how their state of mind impacts the emotional and functional well-being of the children they care for. More about this Workshop…

 

Psycho-Sensory Intervention: Informed and Integrated Mental Health Support Strategies for the Treatment of Trauma

This three-day* workshop will provide an integrated theoretical connection about the neurological interplay between attachment, developmental trauma and sensory processing issues. More about this Workshop…

 

Decoding Autism

Originally designed as a four-day workshop, due to demand there are now options of this being a one, two, three or four-day workshop. While the one-day is an introduction, the four-day is absolutely full of detailed information on the topic. More about this Workshop…

 

Collaborating Clinicians

This three-day workshop is designed for professionals who desire to work collaboratively in supporting children with special needs. As a therapist, educator or caregiver, selecting an appropriate intervention approach for each individual client is often challenging. More about this Workshop…

 
 

 
 
 
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