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Come to this learning session to learn the FLIP IT technique for transforming challenging behaviors. Four supportive steps to help young children learn about their feelings, gain self control and reduce challenging behaviors.
Feelings: Gently talk with the child about their feelings. Tell them what you see and hear as a result of their emotions. Help them to identify the root feelings causing the behaviors.
Limits: remind the child of positive limits and expectations you have for their behavior. Loving and simple limits help surround children with a sense of consistency, safety and trust.
Inquiries: Encourage the child to think about solutions to their challenges. Ask questions that promote problem-solving and healthy coping skills. Inquiries invite children to think, learn and gain self-control.
Prompts: Provide creative cues, clues, and suggestions for the child who is having difficultly. Enthusiastic, bright ideas can lead the way to better problem-solving skills.
Presented by: Ann Carter, Healthy Social Behaviors Specialist
DCDEE Credit Hours: 0.5 CEUs (accepted by DCDEE as 5 hours)
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 2nd
Everyone who registers will receive an email two or three days prior to the training with instructions and a zoom link.
Virtual Training Requirements & Expectations
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