Sensory Processing, Self-Regulation...and You

Sensory Processing, Self-Regulation...and You

Saturday, November 9, 2019
9:30 - 11:30AM
Location: The Cradle, 2049 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL, 60201
Dan Griffith, PhD, Clinical Pediatric Psychologist
Fees: $20 per person per workshop, $10 for second family member; $5 per child for babysitting; non-refundable. Pre-registration and pre-payment are required. Deadline for babysitting reservations: Wednesday November 6, 2019. If utilizing babysitting, please arrive 15 minutes early.

Practical Tips for Engaging, Calming and Connecting. Because Sensory Input Drives Behavioral Output. 

It's true for every person - not enough stimulation and you can't pay attention; too much and you can't concentrate. For children, being over or under stimulated often results in difficulty processing sensory information and/or regulating attention, behavior and emotions. 

This workshop is valuable to all parents. Dr. Griffith uses real life examples to help parents:

  • Identify different types of common sensory/regulatory difficulties
  • Work through the stresses these difficulties may have on the parent/child relationship
  • Learn parenting and intervention strategies

Dr. Griffith is well known to Cradle families, as his class “Parenting a Child at Risk” has been part of our home study preparation for years. Along with an engaging and approachable style, Dr. Griffith brings to this topic a background in research as well as many years of clinical experience.  Parents will leave the session with a better understanding of what might be causing certain behaviors as well as some specific, practical tips for how they can intervene.

Understanding how a child processes and responds to the world around him is valuable information for any parent. Dr. Griffith is an excellent educator and presenter. I highly recommend this workshop.  - Dori Fujii, LSCW, Cradle Therapist

This was a perfect mix of the practical and the theoretical. I now understand why my son behaves the way he does and have some ideas for how to help him. - Julie L. Adoptive Mom

2 DCFS Training Hours

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