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Helping Children Emotionally Regulate

Price

$20 ($10 conc.)

When

Thurs 2 November, 7 - 8.30 PM

About the Course

When you feel frustrated and find yourself going nowhere in managing your child’s emotional dysregulation, acting out or shutting down, have you ever wondered what is going on inside your child’s mind and body in those challenging moments? And what else you can do to help them calm down and change their behaviour?


In this workshop, we will look at children’s problematic behaviours through the lens as the child’s attempt to regulate their challenging emotional states; and how we, as parents or carers can become their external regulator to help shaping their regulation patterns.


We will learn some easy-to-implement strategies to become a more effective and attuned parent or carer.

About your presenter

Amy Lau

Amy Lau

Amy is passionate about assisting clients to heal, grow and become the wonderful people they can be. She works with individuals of all ages and has a special interest in working with developmental trauma, self-identity and life transitions.


Amy takes an integrative approach to her work with clients. She has specialised training in Narrative Therapy, Emotion-Focused Therapy and Expressive Therapies, including Sandplay Therapy and Symbol Work.

Amy uses Play Therapy to work with children as young as three years old. She is a certified facilitator of programs for parenting and uses interventions based on Theraplay® principles to support healthy child/caregiver attachment.


Amy provides counselling in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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