NEURODEVELOPMENTAL THEORY to PRACTICE
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Brain-based Approaches to Whole-child Development from Infancy to Adolescence and Beyond
Neuroscience is transforming our understanding of being human, from infancy through adolescence and into parenthood, leading to improved practice across all areas of child development and family support. As the need for neuro-scientific knowledge amongst practitioners increases, its convergence with key approaches to attachment, trauma, and learning have seen watershed changes in how we understand and support optimal development, behaviour and social emotional wellbeing. This dynamic new workshop from the best selling author of Hey Warrior, shows how modern practitioners can synthesise the latest (often complex) neurodevelopment research into practical brain based approaches to treatment, education and parenting/ carer support.
Compelling research is supporting the need for practitioners and organisations to shift from older more inflexible behavioural and cognitive approaches to more integrated relational approaches that neuro-nurture young brains to dramatically influence the growth and healing of the developing brain to provide the foundations for a happy, successful life. Practitioners and organisations embracing neuro-nurturing practice see significant shifts in engagement as they begin to understand why correction without connection rarely works and how identifying individual neuro-developmental needs informs how and when to intervene no matter what the age.
Duration: 1.5 to 7 hours keynote, half-day or full-day workshop to professionals or parents.
Location: By arrangement at your workplace or nominated venue anywhere in Australia or Asia.