This webinar was held on 17 November 2020
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Encouraging better behaviour in children: webinar
It's good for children to learn how to behave well. Behaving well helps children get along with others, make friends, and learn at preschool and school. This is all essential to children's healthy development.
Also, when children behave well, your family life is likely to be calmer and more harmonious - and that's good for everyone!
Positive behaviour management can make it easier for your child to behave well. Positive behaviour management starts with understanding why your child behaves in particular ways and working out how to respond positively and constructively. This will help you encourage better behaviour and combat difficult behaviour over time.
This webinar explains how to get started with positive behaviour management. It looks at:
- why difficult behaviour happens
- how to decrease difficult behaviour
- how to increase the behaviour that works in your family
- how to react to difficult behaviour so it's less likely to happen next time.
In the webinar, you'll be able to ask questions, share experiences, and hear other parents' experiences and ideas.
Presented by: Tony Gates
Tony Gates is a registered psychologist with expertise in child development and education. He has worked with parents facing challenges like difficult behaviour, childhood anxiety and depression, childhood anger management, autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability and family relationships. Tony is a dad, and works at the Parenting Research Centre to improve supports for parents.
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