Collaborative & Proactive Solutions Live Seminar July 27, 2017

The model is based on the premise that challenging behavior occurs when the expectations being placed on a kid exceed the kid’s capacity to respond adaptively, and that some kids are lacking the skills to handle certain demands and expectations. So the emphasis of the model isn’t on kids’ challenging behavior, which is – whether it’s whining, pouting, sulking, withdrawing, crying, screaming, swearing, hitting, spitting, biting, or worse – just the manner in which they are expressing the fact that there are expectations they’re having difficulty meeting. Nor does the model focus on psychiatric diagnoses, which are simply categories of challenging behaviors. Rather, the model focuses on identifying the skills the kid is lacking and the expectations he or she is having difficulty meeting (in the CPS model, those unmet expectations are referred to as unsolved problems). Then the goal is to help kids and caregivers solve those problems rather than trying to modify kids’ behavior through application of rewards and punishments.

Date: July 27th, 2017
Time: 9:30am-3:30pm
Credit: 5hr CE Credit
Price: $85.00

Please purchase Register Here

Location on Site Conference Center:

110 Greentree Road Unit J Turnersville, NJ 08012

For any questions or concerns, please email info@littlehandsagency.com or call 856-228-1005.

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