|Presented by:||Sue Huff|
|February 3, 2022 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
This is a skills-based workshop which will teach you how to help someone quickly de-escalate an overwhelming emotion to return to a more rational, flexible and receptive state of mind. This workshop is especially useful for parents, teachers, administrators, and front-line workers who are confronted with the emotional dysregulation of others and aren't sure what to say or do to help the situation.
This session will be recorded. The recording will be shared with all registered participants and available for 14 days following the presentation.
Sue Huff is a skilled presenter who brings a wealth of experience to her work. She is the former Executive Director for the Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta, former Trustee with Edmonton Public School Board, the author of The Book of Hope, and has been trained in Emotion-Focused Family Therapy, Mediation, Conflict Resolution and Restorative Justice Practice. She has also worked as a professional actress, an award-winning writer for television, and director for the National Film Board of Canada. Most importantly, she is the parent of a child who has recovered from Anorexia Nervosa and counts the skill embedded in this workshop as the single most powerful tool she has as a parent to help her child process and regulate the powerful emotions associated with this mental illness.
Registration Deadline: February 04, 2022
Registration Fee: $10.00
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