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Emotional Poverty

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What is emotional poverty and how does it impact children and parents? Why do children explode and are out of control? Learn about emotional poverty and how the unregulated brain, insecure attachment, and external factors reinforce a person’s negative feelings. When a child has suffered from emotional poverty, there are ways to motivate positive behavior. This workshop will focus on defining emotional poverty and its impact, review how attachment is formed, and will provide techniques to use to help a parent motivate positive behavior.

Presented by: Tina Neese, Ed.D., LPC

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    57:23
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Student Ratings & Reviews

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JS
6 days ago
Very informative
KR
6 days ago
It was an excellent course. I learned a lot of new things.
Informative. Love that she shared several book recommendations.
Great
The information was useful.
CL
4 months ago
Was a good lesson opened our eyes up to how these kids think and react to thier signs
Joselyn Brownlee
4 months ago
It’s just getting me prepared for my journey ahead
Knowledgeable
CM
4 months ago
Informative. I really enjoyed the presenter.
It was a good match for me and I have some of those emotional behaviors in my home now.
AT
4 months ago
it was a good match
OD
4 months ago
This was a good match for me.
KL
4 months ago
Great
LH
4 months ago
I learned a lot of different emotional behaviors
BT
4 months ago
a very good match
A
4 months ago
Very interesting and informative!
GH
4 months ago
Emotional Poverty was a good course for me especially understanding that the children bring their parents, and family and everything else into your home.
JT
4 months ago
It was very good match for me and my emotions
SM
4 months ago
Helpful in thinking about your foster or adopted child's emotional abilities as well as your own...
K
4 months ago
Very Good information!

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