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Watch and Wonder – a way of being curious that supports children and young peoples’ emotional development with Michele Crooks

March 15 - 15:30 to 16:00

Free

This webinar provides an overview of an experiential, relational way of helping children develop emotional language, understand their emotions, relate to one another better and become more self-aware.

Dan Hughes, ‘Watch and Wonder’s’ Patron says:

Watch & Wonder’ simply and clearly presents to a child the core aspects of human relationships, the fundamental qualities in which a human being learns how to relate to other human beings. It’s fundamental to what it means to be a human being in a good relationship. It’s actually what I do in therapy with children who have been traumatised in relationships and what I help them to learn, that children can take advantage of good relationships with good people.

‘Watch and Wonder’ provides this learning and more, for a whole class. It’s a real intuitive, experiential understanding of relationships, that builds from the inside out through gentle reflecting, noticing, commenting and through questions.

Recent Trainee said:
“Thank you for an inspirational course. It very much dovetails with and builds upon my Trauma Informed Schools training and I’d see it as complementary to it – I can use my Trauma Informed Schools skills within the Watch and Wonder context.“

Details

Date:
March 15
Time:
15:30 to 16:00
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_1KjzlQp5RVGxvc8T6xTJPg

Venue

Online
United Kingdom

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