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We'll discuss successful clinical techniques to address what may be beneath challenging behavior.
(When you register you will get both recordings!)
WHAT THIS IS
Interview #1 Features Sonia Story (interviewed by Samantha Moe) on Calming Fight-Flight and Sensory Behaviors With Neurodevelopmental Movements -- Tuesday, September 13 @ 4:30p Central / 2:30p Pacific
Interview #2 Features Samantha Moe (interviewed by Sonia Story) on Simple Tools to Support Overwhelmed Parents -- Wednesday, September 14 @ 4:30p Central / 2:30p Pacific
Live interviews with national thought leaders who are on a mission to uplift family life in unique ways, particularly when the mainstream isn’t working.
After my guest and I have a thought-provoking conversation, you can ask your most pressing question, live! - Yep, you get to unmute ☺
Can’t make it live? Not to worry. Register and we’ll send you the recordings.
MEET YOUR HOST
Samantha Moe, Certified Parent Coach and Speaker
Certified parent coach and speaker Samantha Moe has coached parents on how to help their children calm, connect, and cooperate since 2004. She now provides continuing education, advanced training, and parent coach certification for family service professionals who support intense kids and their families. Samantha is the creator of the Mad to GladTM Blueprint, a revolutionary brain-and-nervous-system-based approach to positive communication and parenting that works to soothe and even preempt intense kids’ most challenging behaviors. She holds a Master’s degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Minnesota and possesses a background in interdisciplinary training in sensory integration, play therapy, and emotional integration.
MEET YOUR GUEST SPEAKER
Sonia Story developed the Brain and Sensory Foundations training to provide comprehensive training in the use of neurodevelopmental movements for addressing sensory, learning, physical, behavioral, emotional, social, and speech challenges. Sonia authored a white paper on the supporting evidence, research, and rationale for the use of neurodevelopmental movements in intervention. She presented at the 2018 Autism One conference on how innate neurodevelopmental movements help with sensory issues. Her work has been featured in the books, Almost Autism: Recovering Children from Sensory Processing Disorder; Special Ed Mom Survival Guide; Family Health Revolution; and Same Journey, Different Paths, Stories of Auditory Processing Disorder.