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Frances Steinberg – The Art of Transforming Behaviour From Terrifying to Terrific!

Professional development (PD) Auckland

Posted: 09 August 2019
Notice reference #: 1H9wnp

Is there a student whose behaviour has been frustrating and hard to change this year? 

This course will teach you the process of case mapping to help you uncover key causes and a multitude of innovative, practical solutions that will resolve this situation as well as serve as a tool for handling future challenging students.

Through the guided, hands-on activity, participants will work with their own cases to:

  • Identify and resolve obstacles impacting on the student with whom they are working
  • Stay success-oriented with even the most challenging young people
  • Generate a variety of creative strategies and evaluate which are most likely to be effective
  • Develop or rediscover passion and effectiveness in their work.

This workshop is a great follow up to Frances's Working with Challenging Behaviour on 23 September. A discounted cost of $230 will be offered to those who registered for this earlier workshop also.

Frances Steinberg PhD, psychologist, received her doctorate from John Hopkins University in 1975. Frances has worked in a variety of settings including special schools for emotionally and learning disabled students, private practice, and special education services. Frances is the author of numerous books including Working with Difficult Children and Adolescents, Creating Partnerships, Positive Positioning as well as the interactive learning programmes FLEX and De-volution.

Events summary

Auckland

24 September 2019 – 24 September 2019

Further information

Contact: Kohia Centre

 (09) 623 8977

kohia@auckland.ac.nz

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