“Dyregulation is the enemy of education” – Dr. Bruce Perry
This course will discuss what is means for a child to be dysregulated, how that might affect their behaviour in the classroom and what strategies you can use to help.
Dr. Bruce Perry’s research “Regulate, Relate, Reason” discusses that when a child is regulated, they can relate to you and when they feel connected and comfortable, they are open to learning. This course will discuss brain states of arousal and give tools and tips to help with co-regulation, rather than co-escalation. There will be a focus on activities to help with self-regulation, including breathing activities, movement breaks and sensory play ideas.
Facilitator: Debbie Cullinane
Debbie Cullinane is based in Claremorris. She is a qualified play therapist, runs her own private practice and is currently completing a Masters in Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy with a specialisation in play with the Children’s Therapy Centre. Debbie has over ten years teaching experience as a primary school teacher. She is also play therapy partner with Smyths Toys Superstores.
|Course Date||28-09-2021 6:30 pm|
|Course End Date||28-09-2021 7:30 pm|