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Strengthening the Relational Brain: How to Relate More & React Less!

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Relate Well…React Less!

As we navigate and comtemplate all the contemporary writing and thinking on 'trauma' and 'trauma informed practice', often time the focus can get blurred. Throughout our exploration of these incredibly interesting and necessary concepts we must always remember that all children and youth have the innate 'needs' to feel Safe, Significant, Respected and Related!

This MasterClass provides, clear, concise information grounded in research and contemporary practice that demonstrates the importance of understanding how brain development is impacted by experience (such as trauma). The class offers practical strategies of support that can be used by caring adults.

Over the course of the Masterclass, Dr Baker will provide a comprehensive introduction to the innovative model of care known as the NeuroRelational Model, a model that helps harnesses the power of relationships and brain-based supports to promote healthy transformation. Dr Baker will explain how supportive interventions need not be complex or complicated.

Participants will be introduced to a set of innovative, trauma-informed approaches that offer tremendous hope to behaviorally challenged young people. The Masterclass is open to and relevant to a wide variety of professionals including: Social Workers, Social Care staff, Educators, Psychologists, Counsellors, Mental Health Professionals, Youth Workers, Residential Care Staff, School Resource Officers, Juvenile Justice, Foster Carer, and anyone who works with (or lives with) children and youth exhibiting challenging behaviours

Lunch will be provided

About the Presenter:

Dr. Paul Baker is a developmental neuropsychologist who currently divides his residency between Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA where he is CEO of Accentra Behavioral and Educational Services and Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. He is the developer of The PersonBrain Model, a comprehensive, strength-based neurorelational support model, the co-author of The Hopeful Brain: NeuroRelational Repair for Disconnected Children and Youth, The Minded Brain: An Educational Curriculum to Enhance Social, Emotional and Cultural Experience and Better Behavior…Positively! Over the past twenty-eight years he has accumulated direct experiences a clinical director, special education administrator and foster and adoptive parent.

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