Dealing with Challenging Behaviour
Date(s) - Jul 5, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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Challenging kids let us know that they are struggling to meet demands and expectations in some fairly common ways: whining, pouting, sulking, withdrawing, crying, screaming, swearing, hitting, spitting, kicking, throwing, breaking, lying, stealing, and so forth. But what a kid does when he’s having trouble meeting demands and expectations isn’t the most important part (though it may feel that way)…why and when s/he’s doing these things are much more important. Lorraine will introduce you to Dr. Ross Greene’s Collaborative and Productive Solutions model for helping children to overcome their struggles with the world around them.
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604 533 4425
Lorraine Short has been the Program Manager of Community Counselling and Parent Education at LCSS for eight years. Lorraine holds an MA in Counselling Psychology and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor. Lorraine’s focus is on Marriage and Family and she taught this course at Adler University for many years. Lorraine has facilitated Parenting and Relationship seminars and individual work for the last 20 years. She was a school counsellor for over ten years, and is experienced in parent/teen conflict, as well as early childhood development. Lorraine’s humour and passion for her work have made her a sought after speaker and counsellor on all issues of family life.