Resolving Conflict and Aggression
“Conflict is observed early in human development, it is likely to arise as soon as an infant crawler or toddler is able to pull, prod or make a bid for another’s possessions” (Chisnall, 2005).
Conflict in young children does not necessarily need to become negative or escalate to aggression. This workshop will give you practical advice on how to allow children to explore conflict and discover other points of view while transforming and self-regulating so as not to turn these emotions into aggression.
This course is $35.
This course is an online webinar and is available at all times.
New Zealand (nationwide)
Contact: Libby Cunniffe
(027) 516 9986