Removing shame from your family's interactions frees you up for joy. Learn how to forgive and support yourself and others you love.
This presentation will give you tools to change your shame response, whether that be toward yourself, child(ren), or your partner. Transform the behaviors you are not proud of and teach children more effective ways to resolve their challenges.
Learn how to:
support yourself better in hard moments;
support your loved ones better in their hard moments;
notice when shame appears and neutralize it with understanding and intention;
experience joy and connection without even trying.
Tickets are donation-based ($1+).
ALL who register will receive an email with a recording of the event.
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Betty Peralta, MIT, MSc, IMH-E® (III) trains on The Neurorelational Framework, an equitable and trauma-informed approach to social-emotional, therapeutic, and academic learning. She is Parenting Coach for Broadview Shelter and Dependency Court, Parent Educator for Families of Color Seattle, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Reflective Consultant & Trainer for King County Early Learning Supports Division, and Adult-Child Interactions Specialist in her practice, ALTA: Alternative Learning and Therapeutic Avenues at www.altavenues.com