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Workshops with Brad Mason

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Brad Mason is an experienced speaker, author, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, and Licensed Professional Counselor who presents workshops  for counseling centers, community service centers, universities, educational service centers, and schools.

 

My mission is to inspire the leaders of children who struggle to guide and discipline in more loving and effective ways.”
– Brad Mason

 

Workshops with Brad Mason

The following workshops are offered by Brad Mason. Packaged together with each workshop is a site license for workshop participants of his video course at IntensiveCareForYou.com, copies of books and worksheets in digital or print formats, and follow-up Go-To meetings for live problem-solving and Q&A to ensure successful behavioral outcomes occurs.

Each workshop features video clips that show the strategies discussed in action and activities that keep participants engaged and learning. Click for Testimonials from Workshops


Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools

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Do you have a team varied in experience and confidence providing counseling services to children? Kids need more structure in a counseling session than adults, and they may not be sure they really want to be there, so we better be ready with things to do and skills to teach.

This workshop will consist of two days of face to face training that will cover techniques grounded in research and practice which will extend the skills of the experienced clinician and provide the newer additions practical strategies they can implement immediately. Workshop participants are provided with a reproducible PDF book of over 150 pages of ready-set-go forms and templates with explanation and instructions.

Categories of skills taught in this workshop include interview and evaluation, goal-setting, cognitive-behavioral, brief solution-focused, behavior management, peer relations skills, and emotional coping skills. A variety of frequent interactive exercises will be conducted for an experiential and memorable learning experience. This workshop is fun, challenging, and inspiring. The hundreds of therapists and psychologists who have been part of this workshop have found it engaging and valuable.

Target Populations: Strategies taught will cover K-12, and be appropriate both for general education populations as well as special education populations including children presenting with Autism Spectrum, ADHD, Serious Emotional Disturbance, as well as problems with anxiety, depression, and anger/aggression.

(Link to Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools table of contents.)

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Also available to package with this workshop are follow-up online or in-person consultations to review cases, fine-tune techniques, and solve problems, print or pdf copies of the books, as well as unlimited access to all of the video courses at IntensiveCareForYou.com.

Click here to contact Brad about this workshop


Behavior Management at it’s Best: Getting on the Plus Side

This workshop targets the leaders of children who struggle, whether they are parents, staff, teachers, therapeutic caregivers, clinicians, counselors, therapists, or psychologists.

Many aspects of human experience and needs are universal. This one-day face-to-face training boils it down yet keeps it entertaining, practical, memorable, easy to implement, and extremely motivating. Working with tough kids can be emotionally and energetically draining. When we get drained, frustrated, and unpleasantly surprised by recurring problem behaviors and outbursts, we tend to default to automatic reactions that are judging, critical, and punitive. These kind of reactions do not help kids who are already struggling. Actually, they make things worse.

When properly motivated, people can overcome all kinds of obstacles. You don’t know and you may be surprised at how fast this can happen.

Understand and implement the best ideas about behavior that science and art have to offer. Get specific strategies to use with children who do not respond well to traditional/conventional discipline strategies. Take away a list of strategies and rewards that are free and easy to give in any setting.

Most importantly, the strategies and philosophy of children taught will build the right kind of relationship and attachment rather than tear it down. Dramatic case studies and stories keep the audience engaged at an emotional level, active participation, questions, and challenges are encouraged.

Click here to contact Brad about this workshop


Your Dream Book: Clarify goals and desires, making wishes come true, and inspiring internal motivation

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Everybody can get frustrated by mundane, repetitive activities, developing inertia, procrastination, and a poor attitude. It happens to kids in school, like those bright somewhat ADD kids who turn 15 and either put everything off until the very last minute, or want to give up and check out entirely. It happens to teachers, administrators, business executives, middle managers. It can happen to anyone.

This workshop, like the book, was designed for use and access by both older children and adults.

How do you teach someone to set goals, create a vision to pursue, to have passion, to care, and to get excitedly busy making it happen? How do you make market calls or data entry a task to invest in, make homework seem relevant and meaningful? What gives a destination and puts wind in the sails for a person who has no wind in their sail nor a compass to steer by?

Do you ever feel stuck in a rut? Would you like to go to work inspired and motivated more often? Use this special workshop to rekindle your passion, learn how to motivate your kids and your employees, and to connect with them in a very real way. Get clear on what you want and why you do what you do, and build your joyful resilience.

What will participants do?

    • Start creating dreams, goals and wishes for themselves
    • Go home, choose & print images to represent their dreams and put into their dream book
    • Learn about the importance of habits and rituals
    • Make focusing attention on what they want to create and experience a regular practice, using their dream book as both stimuli and reminder
    • Cross-share dreams, between parents and children, boss and employees, teachers and students, creating collaborative opportunities to establish themselves as someone who helps make others’ dreams come true
    • Learn the importance of watching thoughts carefully, replacing the negative, untrue, extreme, and unwanted forms of thought with those more accurate and encouraging
    • Recognize their own patterns of thoughts and beliefs that keep them stuck, create obstacles, and prevent them from feeling and acting the way they wish
    • Practice a technique to program and harness the power of the subconscious
    • Recieve reproducible forms and the Mindgarden Mini-Course
    • Developing resilience to setbacks, frustrations, teasing, and bullying
    • Understand the power of stories, metaphors, and hero’s journeys: how they inform us in how to feel, think, and behave
    • Become able to use stories with others, modifying existing stories and creating new ones to assist in overcoming obstacles and creating new patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions

Click here to contact Brad about this workshop


The Struggle of the Gifted and Twice Exceptional Child

It’s hard to watch someone you know has great capabilities be misunderstood, frustrated, fail to apply themselves, or self-sabotage.

Gifted children can really stretch the limits of their caregivers. If they are so smart, then why don’t they do well at pretty much everything? They can have such emotional extremes, be socially inept, and why can’t they clean their own room or remember to turn in their homework? Find out about the clues that a child is gifted, what asynchronous development means, and what the five forms of emotional and intellectual intensity that gifted children can display.

Gifted children can be exhausting, emotionally intense, socially off, and often fail to get identified. They can be misdiagnosed with ADHD, OCD, Bipolar, Asperger Syndrome. Or what if, in the case of the twice exceptional child (2e) they are both gifted and have ADHD, Dyslexia, or Autism Spectrum Disorder? Imagine the child that is gifted enough that nobody realizes they are dyslexic, and dyslexic enough that nobody recognizes they are gifted? This can create a great deal of frustration for parents, students, and teachers. Learn how to identify and care for these special people from an early age.

Learning Objectives

      • Discover techniques for evaluating unique individual profiles of strengths and weaknesses without using diagnostic categories.
      • Participants will be able to implement compensatory and remedial strategies to address areas of poor functioning by teaching skills and creating accommodations.
      • Appreciate, celebrate, and facilitate development of special interests and abilities.
      • Develop a realistic model of intelligence and giftedness based on science rather than ideals.
      • Hone the skills necessary to know the difference between poor choices, lack of motivation, and poorly developed neurologically based thinking skills.
      • Make appropriate adjustments to expectations and create individual educational plans that allow students to be successful.
      • Take home ways to discover and create internal motivation for underachievers.
      • Accept rather than criticize and condemn students as they are, creating relationships that make them feel valued, in this context these students can have optimal learning outcomes.
      • Realize not all gifted students have good behavior or make good grades, appreciate how being gifted is not always a “gift,” they can have their own challenges integrating and adjusting.

Click here to contact Brad about this workshop


More Information About Brad Mason

Brad Mason has authored and co-authored published research in the areas of children’s television, aggression, gender roles, and eating disorders. He is also the author of the IntensiveCareForYou Video Series, providing techniques to help children with anger and aggression, anxiety, autism, aspergers, ADHD, sibling rivalry, behavior management, giftedness, self-esteem and self-control, digital culture, media,  video game addiction, and social skills. He has presented for Educational Service Centers across Texas, University Graduate Students, the Southwest Regional Conference on Human Development, the annual Texas Association of School Psychologists Convention,  numerous public schools, counseling agencies,  church associations, and community coalitions.

Brad’s Online Video Course

Click here to see previews of Brad’s videos at IntensiveCareForYou.com

Brad has published three books:

      • Autism/Asperger: Understanding from the Inside-Out
      • Your Dream Book
      • Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools

Learn more about Brad’s books at IntensiveCareForYou.com



Upcoming Workshops with Brad Mason

Texas Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention

  • Will be held on October 21st, 2016 in Houston
  • Workshop is titled Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools and will focus on behavioral, CBT, social skills, and emotional control interventions

Workshops at Bridges to Growth, Georgetown Community Center

September 20 7-9pm
Your Dream Book 20.00 (Includes free full color illustrated book)

Do you ever feel stuck in a rut? Would you like to go to work caring for children inspired and motivated more often? Working with kids is great, but let’s face it, it can also be trying and hard. Use this special workshop to rekindle your passion. Get clear on what you want and why you do what you do, and build your joyful resilience.

http://intensivecareforyou.com/dream-book-getting-clear-want-making-real-now/

October 4 7-9pm
Getting on the Plus Side: Behavior Management at it’s Best 15.00

Understand and implement the best ideas about behavior that science and art have to offer. Get specific strategies to use with children such as those who may have ADHD or ODD who do not respond well to traditional/conventional discipline strategies. Take away a list of rewards that are free and easy to give in a school setting. Ask me about the free video. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-behavior-management/

November 1 7-9pm
Asperger/Autism Understanding from the Inside Out 15.00

How do you identify these kids and help them navigate the school and social environment? Hear their answers in video clips as they reflect on what what difficult as a kid in school and what has made it better for them. From Brad Mason, the author of Autism Asperger: Understanding From the Inside Out available on Kindle and in paperback on Amazon. Ask me about the free video. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-autism/

To register please contact: Jane Hazelton, Coordinator 864-3008


Workshop Experience

Below are some of the workshops Brad has conducted. Testimonials from Workshops.


Autism: A Social Thinking Conference

      • September 25th-26th, 2009 at Texas State University
      • Sponsored by the Communication Disorders department
      • 200 participants, 10 hours
      • Feedback and evaluation data available by request

Best Practice: Counseling Toolkit of Counseling Strategies for Children with Social and Emotional Coping Difficulties

      • Feb 28, 2011
      • 80 participants (school counselors and LSSP’s), 6 hours
      • ESC Region IIIX

Behavior Management at it’s Best

      • July 20th, 21st and 22nd, 2010 at the Early Childhood Summer Institute
      • Several hundred participants

Conducting Social Skills Groups 101

      • January 11th, 2012
      • Two hour how-to videos for each of three age ranges (early elementary, late elementary, and secondary) to be made available to all public schools in the state of Texas
      • ESC Region XIII

Region 13 Education Service Center – Counseling Strategies to Use in Schools with Students Identified with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Serious Emotional Disturbance

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Held on March 8th and 9th, 2016, this workshop for counselors and school psychologists at ESC Region 13 featured two days of counseling strategies to use in schools with students identified with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Serious Emotional Disturbance.

Participants also received:

      • Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools, Brad’s book of over 150 pages with counseling strategies, forms and templates. Counseling Tools for Kids in Schools is available in digital format at IntensiveCareForYou.com where you can also find Brad’s online course which features over 140 video lessons complete with quizzes and methods to help children who struggle. Click here to see the table of contents for Counseling Tools For Kids in Schools .
      • Four follow-up online group meetings to discuss cases and implementation.

Workshop for LSSP’s and School Counselors

Training Description at Region 13:

Related Services Counseling Strategies for Children with Autism and ADHD (FA1532089)

Overview:
Are you searching for strategies to use in your related services counseling sessions for children who have difficulty with emotional coping skills, social skills, peer relations or anxiety and depression? This training will focus on counseling strategies that will address these concerns.
Each participant will attend two days of face to face training, will be provided four 45 minute follow up virtual GoTO meetings to offer ongoing support, fine-tuning strategies, answer questions, and will be provided a book of counseling documents for use in counseling sessions.

Class Notes:
This workshop will consist of two days of face to face training that will cover techniques to use with student on the autism Spectrum, to teach emotional coping skills, social skills and peer relations skills, treatment for anxiety and depression and behavior management.

In addition to the two days face to face training Brad will offer ongoing support to help fine tune your use of strategies and to answer questions that you may have, through the use of GoToMeeting. You will be able to join Brad from your desk for a total of four 45 minute GoTo Meetings to discuss any questions or issues you may have in the implementation of strategies discussed in the face to face meetings.

Participants will also receive a book of counseling documents to use when providing related services counseling.

12 hrs. NASP CPDs available


Autism/Aspergers, May 23, 2012 STARRY Children at Heart Ministries, strategies for counselors, psychologists, and social workers


Teaching Behavior Management Strategies for counselors, psychologists, and social workers, March 22, STARRY


Teaching Social Skills Through Play, Feb 25, FAIR www.fairmovement.org


February 21, 2014 11am-1pm The Net Connection Round Rock Texas

Digital Culture and Mental Health Trends

 

Explore the impact of digital culture on human development. Discuss how digital media may contribute to what drives people in the information age to seek mental and behavioral health help. Digital media includes TV, internet, social media, texting, and video games. Predict future American behavioral health needs and be ready to serve the evolving void paradoxically created by increasing connectivity. This is a workshop for mental health workers brave enough to embrace change, to maintain flexibility, growth, and adaptation to the variables that threaten behavioral patterns which maintain health and aspects of humanity we value. http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/video-game-addiction-digital-media-summary-clip/


April 4, 2014 10am-noon Austin Child Guidance Center

Counseling Tools for Autism/Asperger

 

Introducing counseling techniques for kids on the spectrum. Includes numerous video clips for demonstration of the special needs common in this population including groups, executive skill building, behavior management, and emotional recognition and management skill training.


Self-talk, Self-esteem, and Self-control, Behavior Management at it’s Best, and Teaching Social Skills Through Play

Council Oak Preschool August 12 8am-12pm  This session is closed.


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Your Dream Book (Includes free full color illustrated book)

Do you ever feel stuck in a rut? Would you like to go to work caring for children inspired and motivated more often? Working with kids is great, but let’s face it, it can also be trying and hard. Use this special workshop to rekindle your passion. Get clear on what you want and why you do what you do, and build your joyful resilience.

http://intensivecareforyou.com/dream-book-getting-clear-want-making-real-now/


Behavior Management at it’s Best
Understand and implement the best ideas about behavior that science has to offer!


Anxiety and Children
Learn how to help children overcome their fears and panic attacks so they can be more flexible and stop avoiding, demanding, crying, and controlling.


Teaching Social Skills Through Play
Games that help develop basic play skills for children who get left out or are over-controlling.


Relating effectively to the child with ADHD or Oppositional/Defiant Behavior
Positive intervention strategies to them to do what you want and feel good about themselves!


Self-talk, Self-esteem, and Emotional Control
Learn how these are linked together with thinking skills and problem-solving that can be taught to any child that is verbal. Foster their ability to coach themselves through problems and form healthy thoughts and beliefs about themselves.


Stages of Childhood Development

Create awareness of the developmental stages all children pass through, learn what motivates and what generates concerns for children in each stage, and the best fit in terms of thematic content, adult response, and guidance methods for children at each level to help them progress naturally.


Social and Emotional Coping Skills
How to coach children in the thinking and problem solving skills they need to be more flexible, less anxious, more compliant, and develop positive self-esteem. These strategies are effective with all verbal children, including children who are gifted, rigid, ADHD, Bipolar, High-Functioning Autistic or Asperger Syndrome.


Anger and Children
Learn where rages and aggression come from, why children do it, and how to teach them to recognize, express, and manage emotional responses appropriately.


Faith-Based Parenting and Behavior Management
Explore what the bible says about your role as a parent or teacher and Christian-based discipline methods.


Toolkit for Teaching Social Skills to Children Aged 3-12
How to coach children in the thinking and problem solving skills they need to be more flexible, less anxious, more compliant, and develop positive peer relationships. Develop the vocabulary and repertoire of activities to teach children how to be a better player by learning to modify their behavior so that others have good thoughts about them.

I will  be presenting at Hyde Park Baptist Church in Austin for hopefully about 600 teachers on July 10 and 11, 2015 on the topics of digital media management for children, autism/aspergers, and adhd/odd.

February 16, 2016 7-9pm


Using Stories to Help Children Overcome Obstacles

How can you harness the power of stories, metaphor, and hero’s journeys, inspiring children to develop new patterns of behaviors, thoughts, and feelings when they have been “stuck?” Whether your a parent, day-care teacher, or therapist, you will enjoy this unique, enjoyable, and powerful way to empower the kids you care about to begin their own real life hero’s adventure.

April 19, 2016 7-9pm


Depression, Sadness, and Withdrawal in Children

Explore ways to engage children in their lives more fully, find their energy, and start really living again.

I have also done scores of workshops in churches, pre-schools, and public and private schools.


Please call me or email me now if you are interested in contracting with me for more great training opportunities!

512-636-6250

brad@bradmasoncounselor.com

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Spring 2015 Workshop Schedule

$15.00 Workshops at The Georgetown Project by Brad Mason, LPC

Setting Boundaries and Limits
Avoid the power struggles and teach respect and acceptance for reasonable limits. Learn the five basic childhood needs positive boundaries address. How do you teach them to recognize cues to social boundaries? Where are you on the continuum from ignoring or avoiding to controlling?
January 13 7-9pm


Developmental Stages/Developmental Caregiving
Effective communication and discipline for children at different levels of development. What are the five stages and what kind of adult responses and authority to the children in each stage need and respond to best? What are the issues and primary emotional and social needs of children by stage of development?
January 20, 7-9pm


Anger and Children– Learn the links and break the chain. If you want a child to express anger appropriately, you must first teach them to recognize that they are having an emotional response. Learn some kid-friendly ways to teach emotional recognition, responsibility for your responses, how to use a 1-5 scale to teach gradations and evaluate the size of a problem and respond in a way that matches the size of the problem, and create and emotional chest of tools with five categories of good things to do with mad feelings. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-anger/
Tuesday, Feb 3, 7-9pm


Anxiety and Children– Teach children how to recognize and manage their own fears. Learn how to respond in a way that provides empathy while also indicating to the child that the adult ultimately can not change the way the child feels- the child will have to do something besides avoiding the situation they fear if they want to begin feeling more the way they want to. Anxious kids usually want to make the people or environment give them what they want or remove a demand they fear, so at some point they usually will need some help with accountability to encourage them to experiment with actually using their coping strategies instead of using avoidance and extreme behaviors to manipulate others. LInk to see some strategies in action:

http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-anxiety/


Tuesday, February 24, 7-9pm
Relating effectively to the child with ADHD or Oppositional/Defiant Behavior

Teaching them to do what you want and feel good about themselves! You know, some kids are so busy and hard to manage, or so often repeat the same error you just attempted to correct with them, it can be really hard to save any positive feelings that cement your relationship. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-adhd/
Tuesday, March 31, 7-9pm


The Gifted Child- Gifted children can really stretch the limits of their caregivers. If they are so smart, then why can they have such emotional extremes, how can they socially inept, and why can’t they clean their own room? Find out about the clues that a child is gifted, what asynchronous development means, and what the five forms of emotional and intellectual intensity that gifted children can display.
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-gifted-child-clip/
Tuesday, April 7, 7-9pm


Self-talk, Self-esteem, and Emotional Control– Uncover the powerful effect of self-talk and discover how to teach children to use this too to self-regulate and feel good about themselves. Your thoughts are so powerful, they create your reality; your brain makes thoughts that aren’t true, or boo-boo thoughts, teach them not to believe everything they think and how to make bandage thoughts.
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-self-esteem-clip/
Tuesday, April 21, 7-9pm


Faith-Based Biblical Behavior Management at it’s Best
Understand and implement the best ideas about behavior that science and Christian biblical wisdom have to offer! Watch some video examples, explore the true meaning of “spare the rod, spoil the child,” and “with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you…” Get specific strategies to use with children who do not respond well to traditional/conventional discipline strategies. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-behavior-management/
Tuesday, May 5, 7-9pm


Asperger/autism Understanding from the Inside Out
How do you identify these kids and help them navigate the school and social environment? Hear their answers in video clips as they reflect on what what difficult as a kid in school and what has made it better for them. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-autism/
June 2, 7-9pm


Squibbling Rivalry
If you have more than one kid chances are you have some jealousy and competition. Learn how to make this annoyance a teachable moment for valuable people skills to last a lifetime. Usually the more attentive and loving the parent is, the worse the sibling rivalry will be! Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-sibling-rivalry-clip/
June 30, 7-9pm


Fearful Children-Help for Avoidance, Withdrawal, and Anxiety Teach children how to recognize and manage their own fears. Learn how to respond in a way that provides empathy while also indicating to the child that the adult ultimately can not change the way the child feels- the child will have to do something besides avoiding the situation they fear if they want to begin feeling more the way they want to. Anxious kids usually want to make the people or environment give them what they want or remove a demand they fear, so at some point they usually will need some help with accountability to encourage them to experiment with actually using their coping strategies instead of using avoidance and extreme behaviors to manipulate others. LInk to see some strategies in action:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-anxiety/
Tuesday, September 8, 7-9pm


Anger and Aggression in Children- Learn the links and break the chain. If you want a child to express anger appropriately, you must first teach them to recognize that they are having an emotional response. Learn some kid-friendly ways to teach emotional recognition, responsibility for your responses, how to use a 1-5 scale to teach gradations and evaluate the size of a problem and respond in a way that matches the size of the problem, and create an emotional chest of tools with five categories of good things to do with mad feelings. Strategize alternative adult responses for correcting hurtful behavior. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-anger/
Tuesday, September 22, 7-9pm


Getting on the Plus Side: Behavior Management at it’s Best
Understand and implement the best ideas about behavior that science and art have to offer. Get specific strategies to use with children who do not respond well to traditional/conventional discipline strategies. Take away a list of rewards that are free and easy to give in a school setting. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-behavior-management/
Tuesday, October 27, 7-9pm


Teaching Social Skills Through Play
See games that help develop basic play skills for children who get left out or are over-controlling. See video clips of an actual group, watch as they go from chaos to order with appropriate interventions taught in this fun and funny workshop. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-social-skills-clip/
Tuesday, November 17, 7-9pm


Relating effectively to the child with ADHD or Oppositional/Defiant Behavior

Teach them to do what you want and feel good about themselves! You know, some kids are so busy and hard to manage, or so often repeat the same error you just attempted to correct with them, it can be really hard to save any positive feelings that cement your relationship. Avoid power struggles and escalating interactions by regulating their access to preferred goods and activities and then wait for them to meet expectations. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-adhd/
Tuesday, December 1, 7-9pm


Asperger/Autism Understanding from the Inside Out
How do you identify these kids and help them navigate the school and social environment? Hear their answers in video clips as they reflect on what what difficult as a kid in school and what has made it better for them. From Brad Mason, the author of Autism Asperger: Understanding From the Inside Out available on Kindle and in paperback on Amazon. Link to see more:
http://www.bradmasoncounselor.com/summary-video-autism/
December 15, 7-9pm


 

Workshops Fall 2013 at Bridges to Growth

The links show 30” promotional clips of videos on the workshop topics. 

Mondays 7-9pm

September 16  Self Talk, Self-esteem, Self-control-How are these three constructs related? How do you teach these important skills so vital to our ability to tolerate frustration and stress? http://vimeo.com/user15018735/review/57591170/07a9d52958


October 7  The Overindulged Child– How to reverse being too good to a child by setting appropriate boundaries and limits. What are the signs that you have done too much for them, and how can a child so cared for struggle with self-esteem or be so abusive of others?

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