Making Sense of Children

Understanding BIG Behaviours
and helping children move through them

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Workshop Date, Wednesday\, January 27\, 2016
Time, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.~~Door opens at 6:30 p.m.
Where, School Library
Speaker, Bridgett Miller
Cost, Admission – $5 per family~~Child Minding – $2 per child
Payment Method, Electronic payment via credit card or your own PayPal account – using the order form below~~No cash will be accepted.
Registration Deadline, Wednesday\, January 27\, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.

Adults are often thrown by children’s typical childhood behaviour and feel at a loss on how to help their children navigate their BIG emotions. Many of the BIG behaviours including tantrums, hitting, irritability, impatience, self harming, acting mean or rude are rooted in frustration. Unwittingly many of the techniques we implement backfire rather than resolve the situation and may result in disconnection between parent and child. Bridgett Miller uncovers these roots and outlines steps for addressing them by sharing the developmental wisdom of Dr Gordon Neufeld, a Vancouver based clinical and developmental psychologist. Principles are applicable to children of all ages.

Bridgett Miller is an Authorized Facilitator and Course Assistant at the Neufeld Institute. She has a background in Education, Special Education and Psychology and is a certified teacher in BC. Bridgett has over 15 years of experience in teaching children and is passionate about helping parents and educators make developmental sense of the children in their care. Her private practice is located in Port Moody, BC. On a personal note, Bridgett is the mother of two flourishing daughters and has found the work of Dr Gordon Neufeld to be pivotal in helping grow them up.

Bridgett Miller Workshop – January 27, 2016