Parents and professionals now have the opportunity to join Dr. Hughes as he teaches a workshop on the method of Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy. This is a great tool for all who live and work with adopted, foster or biological children with truama-attachment disorders.
Watch the DVD and learn how to understand these children who have lived in traumatic situations.
Learn how to parent these children differently and more effectively.
Learn how to explain your child to other professionals.
Learn how to explain these children with trauma/attachment difficulties to parents, foster parents and adoptive parents.
The CD is a direct audio of the DVD. The DVD gives you graphics to support the learning which is invaluable. The poem is illustrated in the DVD which makes it much more powerful for audiences and personal learning.
DVD is available for $75 plus shipping and handling.
CD is available for $20 plus shipping and handling.
Special Price Buy both DVD and CD for only $90
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Available in DVD format, this workshop on parenting strategies presents practical information that blends attachment and sensory regulation strategies to assist children in their sensory-motor, emotional and cognitive development.
This model is applicable to children who are adopted, those with trauma backgrounds including hospitalizations, as well as children who have difficulty bonding due to sensory processing disorder.
This two-hour presentation by Dr. Neufeld captures the heart and soul of his book and the warmth that is hard to convey in writing. Those who have read the book comment on how much more accessible this presentation makes the written material. Those who prefer viewing to reading don't have to miss out on what this book has to offer. This live presentation was professionally videographed and produced.
The DVD comes in three versions: English only, English with a French voice-over option, and for European customers, English with a German voice-over option in the European PAL format. Please indicate your preference when ordering on the "Order Confirmation Page."
We are most pleased to announce the release of this videocourse. From early reviews, the response is enthusiastic. One counselor in the adoption field who previewed this course proclaimed “It was a wonderful course and the material was laid out the best of any of the courses to date”. Over the years, Dr. Neufeld has done a lot of work in the adoption and foster communities and his hope is that with this course, he can make a significant contribution to this challenging arena.
This course is primarily presented to parents and supporting professionals in the foster and adoptive communities but the content also applies to step parenting as well. This course is also suitable for the support cast of surrogate parents: teachers, grandparents, uncles and aunts.
The following is from the description on the back of the DVD cover:
The impact of attachment disruption, even when in the best interests of the child, can be deep and profound, interfering with even the most loving and skilled attempts to raise the child by foster parents, adoptive parents or step parents. When such children fail to adequately re-attach to the parent or parents who are raising them, or who are unable to recover from the impact of the attachment disruption, nothing works as it should.
Our practices with such children need to be founded on a solid knowledge base of their attachment needs and of the effects that attachment disruption can have on subsequent development and receptivity to care. Transplanting children - whether the result of remarriage, adoption, parental loss, removal, or change in custody - constitutes the most difficult challenge in raising children. Like plants, it is all about their attachment roots; unlike plants, it is a great deal more complicated.
Download the opportunity to experience being an audience member at one of Dr. Dan Siegel's interactive and engaging workshops, as he discusses new ways to understand and approach the developing teenage mind. Shot and recorded in high quality at the California Endowment in downtown Los Angeles during February 2014. This talk (based on his New York Times bestseller "Brainstorm") is now available for fans, professionals, students, or anyone with an interest in better understanding the human mind, especially during the period of confusing and often misunderstood adolescence.