Topic Support Group: Big Baffling Behaviors Book Club, Introduction

This two-week book club is an introduction to the concepts detailed in Robyn Gobbel's book, "Raising Kids with Big Baffling Behaviors." The weekly discussions are focused on section one of the book. Throughout the guided conversations, you will have the chance to consider how the neuroscience of behavior can help you better understand your child's actions and needs. 

This book club is an encouraging and welcoming space for foster parents and kinship caregivers to engage in foundational learning about trauma, behavior, connection and regulation. Participants may participate in this group as a mini-book club or as the pre-requisite for the Topic Support Group: Big Baffling Behaviors Book Club, Continued.

Target Audience

Caregivers (general)
Kinship Caregivers

Learning Objectives

Primary Learning Objective: Participants will grow in their understanding of the neurological and emotional basis for children’s challenging behaviors. Caregivers will grow their trauma-informed caregiving skills as well as develop new skills for responding to the sometimes big, baffling behaviors of children experiencing foster care. Lastly, caregivers will have the opportunity to talk through the challenges of building relational connections with children who have significant trauma histories and the resulting behaviors.

Course summary
Course opens: 
06/03/2024
Course expires: 
12/31/2030
Webinar
United States
 
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