Learning from the Highly Sensitive Child: January 2019
Saturday, January 26, 2019 - Saturday, January 26, 2019
10 AM - 12 PM
Kiwassa Neighbourhood House, 2425 Oxford Street
Learn to identify and work effectively with highly sensitive children
In this workshop you will learn how to identify Highly Sensitive Children. You will also learn how to capitalize on the special qualities that HSC possess, such as keen senses, empathy and intuition, and how these qualities are needed for resilience and the areas in which these qualities can be encouraged and valued within group processes.
You will learn practical ideas and solutions for programming when working with HSC in Early Childhood settings, as well as, suggestions for working with parents who have Highly Sensitive Children.
About the Facilitator
April Martin-Ko has been working in the non-profit sector with diverse children, youth and families for over 20 years, and is the Provincial Coordinator for the Parent-Child Mother Goose Program®. She is graudate student in the faculty of education at UBC, with a focus on the early years and is passionate about storytelling. April believes cultivating imagination, sharing stories and spending time in nature helps families to thrive.