Self & Co-Regulation Program
Location: 797 Talbot Street, St. Thomas
Who should attend: Parents or guardians who have children under 6 years of age.
In this six-week parenting program participants will have opportunities to explore the brain science behind self and co-regulation. Self and co-regulation, across the lifespan, and their linkage to relationships and parenting will be explored. The impact of stress on self and co-regulation, as well as strategies to increase regulatory capacity will be foundational to this parenting program.
Learning Objectives of the Program:
Describe the brain science of self and co-regulation.
Identify how self and co-regulation is related to prenatal, postnatal, child and adult development.
Examine how self and co-regulation inform relationships and parenting.
Analyse how stress impacts self and co-regulation.
Develop preventative strategies to minimize dysregulation and maximize self and co-regulation.
Discover sensory-based regulatory strategies for oneself and one’s infant.