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Helping Children with Challenging Behaviors.
Professional Consultation Groups
Monthly Meetings on Mondays 12p-1p EST
$65/group or $250/hour private sessions
Clinical Hypnotherapy Group
Meets on the 2nd Monday of the month.
This group is for clinicians who want to build their skills and confidence when using clinical hypnotherapy in their practice. It is appropriate for treatment of any age and a wide array of challenges, including trauma, chronic pain, insomnia, emotional regulation, and more.
I completed my training with Dr. Becky Beaton-York of The Knowledge Tree in 2018, and attended monthly consultations with her for over 3 years while building my own skills, knowledge, experience, and confidence.
I continue to learn from every member in my consultation groups, and with every client.
Challenging Behaviors Group
Meets on the 4th Monday of the month.
For clinicians who work with children and their families. Our focus is on understanding the purpose of challenging behavior through a neurodevelopmental lens, and identifying the supports and skills needed in order to reduce stress behaviors. It is appropriate for clinicians working with diagnosis such as autism, ADHD, OCD, anxiety, ODD, and more.
Learn more about my approach to training in this 3 CEU video HERE! ($82)
Note: this group does not support the use of compliance based methods, such as ABA, that attempt to eliminate unwanted behavior through the use rewards and punishments. For more information, you can learn from autistic voices, such as Neuroclastic HERE.
I approach all challenges through a trauma informed and neurodevelopmental lens, based on the works of clinicians Drs. Mona Delahooke, Bruce Perry, Tina Bryson, Dan Siegel, Stephen Porges, Bessel van Der Kolk, Deb Dana and more.
Helping Children with Challenging Behavior
- Explores challenging behaviors through the lens of research-based models on trauma, neuroscience, and the nervous system.
- Learn how to increase children's regulation and engagement through attunement, co-regulation, and safety,
- Use strengths-based tools to help children better understand themselves.
- Explore ways to enlist and engage the adults in their lives.