Presented by Robyn Gobbel, LCSW
What if we could solve challenging behaviors by asking ourselves three questions? It really is that simple- though definitely not that easy! Our children’s behaviors are simply what we see on the outside that tell us about what’s happening on the inside. If we want to fix a behavior, we need to fix what’s happening on the inside and stop playing behavior whack-a-mole- maybe one behavior gets fixed but it just pops up somewhere else. This three-hour webinar will teach parents and professionals the three questions to ask when faced with difficult behaviors. Then together we will ask those questions (and answer them!) with three specific behaviors- lying, opposition, and shutting down.
Presenter - Robyn Gobbel, LCSW LMSW RPT-S, has been described as “Neuroscience with heart…wrapped in glitter and fun!” Robyn translates the complex science of the Relational Neurosciences (that’s just fancy talk for the parts of the brain that keep us in connection with ourselves and everyone else) for helpers, healers, educators, and parents. She helps people feel empowered to use the knowledge in supporting the world-changing work you are already doing- you know…helping, healing, educating, and parenting! She is a speaker, trainer, and writer who specializes in adoption, attachment, and trauma. Her greatest superpower is being with people in a way that makes them feel seen, gotten, heard, and deeply cared for.
Training provided in collaboration between Oregon Post Adoption Resource Center , Oregon Adoption Resource Exchange, Providence Swindells Resource Center and Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare.
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