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Seminar on 10th May 2017: Managing Toddler’s Frustrations

Date
20 November 2016

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 pm
Date: 10th May 2017 (Wed)
Location: The Woodland Montessori Academy, Mid-Levels

Please kindly send your RSVP to carrie.johnson@woodlandschools.com
 

** External parents are also welcomed to join us at our seminar! To reserve a spot, please send an email to seminar@woodlandschools.com with your full name.**

 

The session will present effective strategies and language parents can use with their toddlers from 2 to 7 years of age.
We will focus on the following areas:


 How we can make expectations of our values and expectations clear for children
•  How to manage challenging behaviours by looking for the positive opposite
•  Helping children build pro-social skills, such as sharing and being kind to others
•  Anticipating frustrations and how to manage in a consistent way
•  What to say instead of using the word ‘No!’
 Moving from requests to directions
 

Virginia Spielman

Alexandra Meyer 
Southside Family Health Child Development Counsellor

 

Alexandra Meyer has been a counsellor for the past 5 years at Southside Family Health Child Development Team. She was educated in the UK and earned her postgraduate in Education from South Bank University in London and a Master’s in Counselling from Monash University in Australia. Previous to being a counsellor, Alexandra has had 8 years experience as a teacher and as an educational administrator in London and in Hong Kong. Her experiences in education helped foster her passion for developing the social and emotional well-being of young people in order to help them reach their full academic potential.

Alexandra is experienced in working with children who have emotional, social and behavioural difficulties. Other than working with parents and teachers to help implement positive strategies to foster improved behaviour at home and at school, she also helps individuals and/or their parents to gain vital coping skills and help them deal with difficulties.

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