Thu, Apr 02|
MAKING SENSE OF AGGRESSION Spring 2020
Join us for this 5-hour course Thursdays from 4 to 5 pm to find out why some children attack or why some are prone to explosions. The course will be facilitated by Eva de Gosztonyi, psychologist, CEBM. Registration is $90 per participant for English School Boards of Quebec.
Time & Location
Apr 02, 2020, 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
About the Event
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This online Neufeld video course will run for 5 Sessions from 4:00 to 5:00 pm on April 2, 16, 30 and May 14 and 21 with facilitator, Eva de Gosztonyi, psychologist, CEBM. Registration is $90 per participant for English School Boards of Quebec
THURSDAYS FROM 4:00 to 5:00 - ONLINE
April 2 Session 1 Frustration, Attachment & Aggression
April 16 Session 2 Tears, Temper and Attack
April 30 Session 3 Handling and Reducing Incidents & Violence
May 14 Session 4 Facilitating Alternate Outcomes to Aggression
May 21 Session 5 Application
* Must register your interest by March 10, 2020
FEE: $90.00 PER PARTICIPANT PAYABLE TO THE NEUFELD INSTITUTE
MATERIALS PROVIDED: 4-hour DVD set and Study Guide with access to the Neufeld Virtual Campus for a variety of extra resources.
Aggression is one of the oldest and most challenging of human problems. Indications are, that in children at least, it is on the rise. What grabs our attention are the more violating acts of aggression but what is truly alarming is the ground swell of attacking energy within and between our kids that erupts in their interaction, their music, their language, their play, their games and their fantasies. It is the rare parent or teacher that does not encounter aggression in one form or another — be it tantrums, tempers, fits, abrasiveness, abusive language, rude gestures, hostility, racism, taunts, put-downs, bullying, fighting, shaming, belittling, name calling, vicarious enjoyment of violence or the self-attacking forms of self-deprecation, death wishes and self-harm. Such children are unable to benefit from traditional methods of behaviour management. The key to making sense of aggression is to get past the violating behaviour to the emotional experience of the child and to what is missing in the child’s processing or functioning. It is only as the roots of the problem are dealt with that aggression can be effectively addressed.
CONTENT: DVD / Video Course: MAKING SENSE OF AGGRESSION
GORDON NEUFELD, PhD. Vancouver-based clinical psychologist with 45 years of experience. His developmental model is an alternative to cognitive behavioural fare & the medical disorder approach. It has clear implications for practice & treatment.
VIDEO LECTURES: Participants will watch a 1-hour lecture using the Study Guide to take notes with Dr. Neufeld’s slides.
QUESTIONS: Participants will send their questions to the facilitator.
GROUP ONLINE SESSIONS: Participants will meet online using Adobe Connect to have their questions and concerns answered by the Facilitator.
FACILITATOR: Sessions will be facilitated by Eva de Gosztonyi, psychologist. Supported by Centre of Excellence for Behaviour Management
FORMAT: This course will use Adobe Connect, an interface that requires no special applications.