Addressing Behaviors that Challenge (MAR2024)

$500.00 / Seat

Start Date: March 19, 2024
Contact Hours: 16

This course explores how to use a relationship-based care approach to understand and respond to child behaviors that providers find challenging. Participants learn to respond to children’s behavior by deeply reflecting upon their own reactions to children’s behavior, regulating their emotional reactions, and engaging families to mutually understand the reasons for their children’s behavior.

Course format: This course consists of 16 training hours, including six 2-hour sessions delivered over three weeks and four hours of independent work including journal writing, viewing recordings, and practicing skills through an online simulation experience. Attendance is required at all live sessions; these sessions are NOT recorded. Participants who complete the course will receive a certificate.

NEW: This course is approved for 16 Continuing Education Credits for physicians, nurses, social workers, and psychologists. Learn more.

Session dates and times: Live sessions are on the following Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8pm ET / 3-5 pm PT

  • Tuesday 03/19/2024
  • Thursday 03/21/2024
  • Tuesday 03/26/2024
  • Thursday 03/28/2024
  • Tuesday 04/02/2024
  • Thursday 04/04/2024

What you will learn:

  • How to use a relationship-based care approach to implement the “reflect, regulate, reason, and respond” strategies
  • How to apply specific family engagement strategies throughout the process of responding to behaviors that challenge
  • How our own racial, gender, and other biases can influence our views of and responses to a child’s behavior

Number of participants:

Minimum of 15

Maximum of 25

Audience: Professionals who work with young children and their families, including early childhood educators, family child care providers, home visitors, early intervention educators, and more. BTC Learning Network members can save $25 on the course fee. Contact us if you are a member.

Facilitated by:

  • Mindy May,  Director, Partnership and Professional Development
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