Supporting Autistic children to build self-regulation skills
For many professionals, especially psychologists supporting neurodivergent children and families, building self-regulation skills is a key therapy goal.
In this session, key considerations when working with Autistic children and their families is discussed from a neurodiversity affirming and trauma responsive lens.
You will walk away from this session with:
- an understanding of how to tailor your approach to suit the individual child and family
- key strategies and reflections for your therapeutic toolkit
- a neurodiversity affirming approach in supporting development of self-reg skills.
Attendees said they loved:
'The practical, real life examples'
'The conceptualisation of emotional regulation considering the child and parents needs/experiences/perspectives and how to address these.'
'The clear re cap at the end, it was so useful for me to remember the key concepts and get a clear outline.'
100% of attendees who completed feedback forms reported they would be able to implement changes in their work as a result of the workshop.
Hoping you too find it useful in your work supporting Autistic children and families!