How Teachers Can Help Students with Challenging Behaviors, with Drs. Porges and Delahooke

Teaching is one of the most important jobs on the planet, but it doesn't come with an instruction manual for how to respond to the sometimes challenging behaviors of bright and quirky students. Thanks to the work of Dr. Stephen Porges and Dr. Mona Delahooke, teachers now have an effective new way of intervening, based on the latest science.

This lively talk with two giants in the fields of child psychology and neurobiology offers practical strategies for how teachers can connect with students in profound ways that reduce behavioral challenges. Parents are encouraged to share this brief video with their child's teacher!



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Consider going deeper with Amanda Morin, Debbie and colleagues Susan Baum, PhD; Mona Delahooke PhD; and Renee Jain, MAPP in our upcoming Bright & Quirky at School: Parent Coaching Week, starting September 26th. Help your child have their best school year yet. Click here to save your seat!