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Emotion regulation for parents of children with Autism

While there are many services and treatment groups for the kids, what about the parents?

"Thinking Emotion" method was developed as a research study at Stanford University and it can help you take back your sense of control. This is a hands on method that you can implement in your daily life. 

This is an introductory meeting to a practical workshop that will provide parents with the following tools-

  • Strategies to regulate emotions- both the parents' and the child's
  • Tools to cope with the many challenges at home and at school
  • Simulations of real- life situations to work through them (e.g. Meltdowns, difficult transitions etc.)
  • A safe atmosphere with other parents of children with ASD- because they're in the same boat 

About the facilitators- 

Yael Enav, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist.

Over a decade of experience in Psychotherapy of adults and children. Works at Stanford staff help center and at the Psychophysiology lab at Stanford University. Yael led the Regulative Parenting research project in conjunction with the Stanford Autism unit. Her main research area is emotions and emotion regulation in parents and children with Autism.

Dana Erhard-Weiss, Ph.D., Clinical Developmental Psychologist.

A decade of experience in assessment, counseling, and psychotherapy for children with developmental concerns, infant mental health and as well as parental support.  Dana is the Co-Developer of the Regulative Parenting Workshop for parents and caregiversof children with ASD, Stanford Autism unit.

Jay Webber, MA., Educational Psychologist.

Jay has nearly 20 years of experience in Educational Psychology in England working closely with families, teachers, staff at family centers and other professionals to support the needs of children and young people with a range of special educational needs, with a focus on children with Autism. 

Fee- $25

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