Criando con una Conexión

Criando con una Conexión

Esta presentación ayudara a los padres a comprender cómo la presencia y la conexión calma el sistema nervioso de un niño. Además, la conexión y presencia también crean la base para manejar mejor los comportamientos desafiantes. En lugar de simplemente reaccionar ante la mala conducta que generalmente agrava aún más al niño, los padres aprenderán a hacer una pausa, regularse y luego responder con intencionalidad y propósito. El gran resultado a largo plazo sería ayudar a los padres a enseñar a los niños ser autodisciplinados.

Monica Munoz

Location:Mental Health Services, School Based Clinician

Qualifications :Licensed Psychologist, LSSP

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