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Thursday, February 24 • 1:00pm - 2:15pm
Rethinking Challenging Kids - An Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving

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Working with children and teens struggling with challenging behaviours can be a very difficult and stressful part of teaching. Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS) is an evidence based, trauma informed, neurobiological approach that provides a philosophy and tools for working with children and youth with challenging behaviours.  This session is an introductory training on CPS.  During the session we will explore what causes challenging behaviours and provide an overview of the three key components of the approach. This training is a foundation for professionals and parents interested in learning more about CPS.  For more information about CPS please visit www.thinkkids.org.



Speakers
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Matt Sticksl

Rethinking Challenging Kids - an Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving
Matt Sticksl is currently teaching at the Adolescent Day Treatment Program and has been teaching in unique settings with the Calgary Board of Education for eight years.  Through a partnership with Alberta Health Services, Matt was exposed to Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS... Read More →

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Thursday February 24, 2022 1:00pm - 2:15pm MST
Zoom Recording