how to move beyond behavior plans and scientific terms to see the deeper picture of what the client’s struggles are all about and how to assist the parents using this knowledge.
about the trauma informed care approach and show how to relate to parents with care and sensitivity.
PLUS! helpful parent training downloads and handouts to guide your parent training.
- Identify strategies for developing a strong rapport with parents, to inform treatment and outcomes
- List intervention strategies that maximize ecological modification, antecedent management and "pre-problem solving"
- Use feedback from parents to inform consulting and staff training
- Hear strategies to support communication with caregivers and parents-sample "handouts" for parents
But as much as all this is important, It’s easy to get caught up in the technical aspects of a case and forget about the actual people involved.
Although to you, little Zach is just another client, to his parents, he is everything.
Zach’s mom and dad feel completely intimidated and lost.
They’re reeling from the news that their child has a life-long condition.
They’re struggling terribly trying to manage their day-to-day routine at home.
They’re overwhelmed from all the services that need to be arranged.
They’re yearning for reassurance, guidance and understanding.
And you can help. By hearing fresh mindsets and learning helpful strategies, you can provide the means for parents to weather the storm they’ve been thrown into.
Take Holistic Parent Training and learn how to guide Mom and Dad through:
developing a great rapport so they’ll be open to working with you
seeing beyond their child’s superficial responses to understand the deeper picture
teaching problem solving skills for challenges that come up
helping them overcome difficult extended family and community interactions
showing support and empathy for all they’re going through right now
In this presentation, expert BCBA Janis Krempa will share terrific mindset tips and advice on all this and more. She’ll help you understand the needs and feelings of your client’s parents and will give you tools to enable you to work together as partners.
Not only is Janis a highly experienced BCBA, she’s also a compassionate, relatable mom who understands what parents need to contend with.
By learning from Janis, you’ll feel equipped and confident to team up with Mom and Dad in helping their child.
“Janis was a fabulous speaker! I appreciated this topic and the quiet passion that she spoke with. I will be seeking out future presentations by her!”
“The presentation was very enjoyable. The presenter was a good communicator, she spoke clearly and gave practical advice.”
“This course was delightfully thought provoking and put in to words many feelings I had internally but had not verbally conceptualized.”
"Very enjoyable. The presenter was a good communicator, clear, and gave practical advice"
- "Well presented with lots of positive takeaways
- "I have a better understanding of the perspectives that others have of BCBA's and being more attuned to other perspectives and expertise at the table"
- and utcomes"
- "I believe I will comprehensively utilize all the topics covered in this presentation"
- "This course was a reminder to be understanding and collaborative in supporting families.
- Stressing the importance of soft skills to my supervisees."
For only $47 you’ll gain:
a real understanding of what parents of your clients are dealing with
A fresh approach to handling your interactions with Mom and Dad
Loads of practical tips and ideas for helping out parents
3.5 BCBA CEUs
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