This online course consists of video segments of a live training. Designed for direct care staff, youth specialists, para-educators, counselors, social workers, therapists, administrators, and any other caregivers, professionals, or crisis responders who work with individuals who exhibit problematic behavior, this course builds upon The Circle of Courage philosophy; providing a set of skills/tools to be used when intervening with individuals in crisis.
- Review of The Circle of Courage philosophy
- Learn about the four universal growth needs of belonging, mastery, independence, and generosity
- Identify pain-based behavior and pain-based responses
- Understand how problematic behavior as symptomatic of “broken circles”/unmet needs
- Assess behavior using a “courageous lens”
- The importance of connecting, clarifying, and restoring
- Review the foundational beliefs and principles underlying the Circle of Courage model
- Understand the impact of unmet needs and broken Circles and their connection to problematic behavior
- Learn the brain science between how young people react to stressors and trauma’s impact on the brain
- Learn the importance of connection and strategies for positively connecting with youth
- Learn strategies for building response ability pathways
This course is also available as a live training that can be presented at your school, district or organization. Email email@example.com to book a training.
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