The Power of Rhythm to Regulate

Description

Rhythm is a natural pathway for helping children regulate physiologically, emotionally and behaviorally. Like our heartbeat, consistent rhythms can soothe and form the soundtrack of our relationship with our children.
The power to connect and form attachment relationships with our children begins long before they have language. Children with trauma backgrounds are often disrupted by "shark music" and may need some help changing their tunes. By utilizing strategies commonly found in early childhood education, we can attune with all children and provide each child with a
sense of felt-safety. This presentation will encourage you to sing, dance, and be silly in an effort to give you practical strategies to use with your children.

Location DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
10 Brickyard Drive
Bloomington, IL 61701
Date 6/13/2019 8:45 AM - 9:45 AM (Check in 8:30 AM)
Sponsor B3 Continuity Project
Trainer Cris Stanek
Contact Michelle Sands (630) 222-1807 msands4@illinois.edu
Principles 3. Collaborative relationships
4. Specific goals
5. Comprehensive plans
Credit Hours 1.0 - Intervention
Cost Free to Conference Participants
Status Closed