When emotions run high, difficult conversations can quickly devolve into misunderstandings. In this workshop, we'll learn and practice techniques for having challenging conversations with parents. From active listening to value-based reflections, the skills taught in the workshop are useful both in and out of the classroom.
Amanda Stradling is a LMSW in the state of New York. Before moving to Tokyo in August 2019, she worked for the New York City Department of Education in the Division of Early Childhood Education as a Mental Health Consultant/School Social Worker. In collaboration with the Center for Early Childhood Health & Development at NYU, Amanda presented citywide professional development workshops to preschool teachers in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. Currently, Amanda is enjoying her new life in Tokyo with her husband and two elementary-aged children.
Price: 2,000 yen
Maximum Participants: 50
Social Emotional Learning: Strategies for Preventing, Pinpointing, and Helping Young Children Develop Self-Regulatory Skills
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