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Stop Bullying: a Practical, Neurological, and Attachment Perspective

Stop Bullying: a Practical, Neurological, and Attachment Perspective
Featuring Ashley Wroton, EdS, LPC, RPT

July 23rd @ 4pm EST, Priced at $35
Registration closes 7/23 at 3:30pm EST

Bullying is repeated, unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived imbalance of power. Learn how to help children and adolescents by considering the developmental, socio-emotional, neurological, and attachment impacts on child and adolescent behavior.

Learning Objectives:
Name and describe mis-directions of bully prevention
Integrate an understanding of basic attachment theory and the neurological functions in treatment of bullying behaviors and response to being bullied
Utilize play based approaches to increase secure attachment, mindfulness, and regulation

About the speaker:
Ashley Wroton is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Registered Play Therapist. Ashley was awarded a Masters of Science in Education in 2006, teaching middle school; then returned to Old Dominion University to complete her Education Specialist degree in Mental Health and School Counseling in 2011. Ashley is also a professional member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the Association for Play Therapy.

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