Strengthening Your Family: Sensory Integration Strategies

Using Sensory Integration Strategies to Increase Understanding and Peace at Home

Thursday, February 22, 2024 | 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST

Extended Access Available February 23 – March 23, 2024


Register Now! Use coupon code SENSORY at checkout to receive your FREE registrationCEUs for this webinar are also available, learn more.


Is your child’s behavior often confusing or concerning? Would you like to feel more confident that you can keep your child’s emotions and behaviors regulated? The “story of why” we tell ourselves about our kids’ behavior can really inform how we react, and whether or not situations escalate or mellow out. We are all sensory beings whose bodies are tasked daily with making sense of all the sights, smells, sounds, tastes, and touches in the world around us. Understanding the sensory system and its impact on behavior changed my own family’s life and has helped countless families in my office find greater calm and connection.


Participants will leave with knowledge of what the sensory system is and how this knowledge can prevent dysregulation. Sensory system know-how can also be a key factor in helping kids cool down and regroup if escalation has occurred. Ultimately, we will discuss concrete sensory-informed strategies to use at home, that help kids and families stay calm and connected.


Presented by Dr. Laura Anderson, PsyD, Clinical Psychologist at Common Cord.

There is a $15 charge per registrant after the first 600 registrants have used the discount code.

How to Address “Common” Issues Facing LGBTQ+ Families and Keeping Up Contemporary LGBTQ+ Language


Thursday, March 21, 2024

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm EST

Use coupon code EXPLORE at checkout to receive your free registration.


As many parents know, keeping up with the current language and trends in youth orientated culture can be a challenge. Keeping up with the ever changing issues and language with respect to LGBTQ+ youth can even create even greater questions for parents to consider.


This workshop will focus on practice wisdom to competently care for LGBTQ+ youth as parents in their home. The workshop will provide a safe space to discuss and to learn about caring for LGBTQ youth in family systems. The workshop will also discuss the ever changing lexicon of LGBTQ+ language and help parents to facilitate an understanding of those concepts with are critical in grasping the lived experiences of LGBTQ+ youth.


Presented by Gary Mallon, DSW, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College in New York City.

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