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NP0019 Parenting Skills: All You Need to Help Families Today

This blog focuses on discussion regarding the course NP0019 Parenting Skills: All You Need to Help Families Today.
 
 

Parenting with the Brain in Mind with Dan Siegel

 

Parenting Skills: Session 7 – NP0019

Explore with renowned clinician Dan Siegel how applying the latest advances in the neuroscience of child development to clinical practice can have practical implications for parents and families. You’ll discover how therapists can help parents raise calmer, happier children by teaching kids to think and listen before reacting, shifting their emotional states through physical activities, and paying attention to their left brain story-telling.

After you hear this presentation, please take a few minutes to comment about what you found most interesting or relevant, to ask any questions you have of the presenter or your colleagues, or to share any experiences. As always, if you ever have any technical questions, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org and our Support Team will help you.



06.13.2012   Posted In: NP0019 Parenting Skills: All You Need to Help Families Today   By Psychotherapy Networker
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  • Not available avatar Sneha Nikam 06.16.2012 08:56
    Liked the presentation, specifically getting insight into brain functioning that influences psychologically (perception and behavior)- a different perspective. Also the significance of narratives as an ultimate integrative process really stands true. In our busy lives ideal way of communication happens rarely thus lacking integration among people. I liked the concept of "integration" that out-stood in the session.

    Thank you Dan and Rich Sir.
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  • Not available avatar Malati S Kalmadi 06.16.2012 08:58
    The session was awesome. I have witnessed few experiences with my grandchildren aged 2 ys 10 mts and 5 yrs 9 mts that clearly explains implicit memory and its effect on a child's behaviour.
    I would be interested in learning more as I run schools.
    Thank you!
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  • Not available avatar Deb Goethe 06.16.2012 16:27
    Excellent presentation! Thanks so much!
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  • Not available avatar Dina K. 06.17.2012 04:34
    Thanks so much for your presentation, (and Rich for always directing the conversations to the practical ways we can apply the information) . Each time I hear one of your lectures on the Psychotherapy networker website, I always come away energized to learn more and apply the brain-science to both my work and family life. I just had a question in terms of the discussion on implicit memory. How do we deal when as parents we don't know what implicit memory may be influencing the present actions? Any further information would be appreciated. Thanks again.
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  • Not available avatar Joy Lang 06.18.2012 13:11
    I have listened to you both have conversations several times now with different webinars, and I always come away feeling like I really learned something new. Thank you both, Dan and Rich, for such a practical, warm discussion.
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  • 0 avatar Emily Drzymala 06.19.2012 14:45
    Question for Dan... when a child has congenital agenesis of the corpus callosum, what are implications for your methods? Secondly, do you know of related research?
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  • 0 avatar Beth Ohanneson 06.20.2012 10:08
    Dan,
    How are you differentiating implicit memory from the unconscious? How would you define the "unconscious" from a neurological perspective.
    Thanks
    Beth Ohanneson
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