DIR Floortime Functional Emotional Developmental Levels 5-9

$15.00 /6 month

Presenters

Lisa deFaria

Lisa deFaria, LCSW, BCD

Griff Doyle

Griff Doyle, PhD

Monica Osgood

Monica Osgood

Lisa deFaria, LCSW, Griff Doyle, PhD & Monica Osgood

In DIR Floortime®, Part 2, the content of Part 1 for newcomers was briefly reviewed, and then concentrate on developing DIR Floortime® Levels IV – VI, which include the abilities to problem solve through social interactions in a continuous flow, to represent or symbolize intentions and feelings in imaginative play and/or language, and to think in logical and abstract ways. The emphasis was on how to tailor interactions to individual differences to assist the child to elaborate on his interests, create sequential dialogues, and represent and understand experience given the widening range of emotions and expectations development poses. Deepening the child’s emotionally charged themes through pretend play conversations was underlined as a chief means of building richer and prolonged interactions to build emphay and deal with anxiety and constrictions. The session introduced ways parents can integrate DIR Floortime® movements naturally during the course of their child’s day, plus tips on working with a child’s avoidant, rigid and perseverative behaviours, and when and how to raise the bar to move the child forward and integrating peers into the play. (For parents and professionals.)

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Lisa deFaria, LCSW, Griff Doyle, PhD & Monica Osgood

In DIR Floortime®, Part 2, the content of Part 1 for newcomers was briefly reviewed, and then concentrate on developing DIR Floortime® Levels IV – VI, which include the abilities to problem solve through social interactions in a continuous flow, to represent or symbolize intentions and feelings in imaginative play and/or language, and to think in logical and abstract ways. The emphasis was on how to tailor interactions to individual differences to assist the child to elaborate on his interests, create sequential dialogues, and represent and understand experience given the widening range of emotions and expectations development poses. Deepening the child’s emotionally charged themes through pretend play conversations was underlined as a chief means of building richer and prolonged interactions to build emphay and deal with anxiety and constrictions. The session introduced ways parents can integrate DIR Floortime® movements naturally during the course of their child’s day, plus tips on working with a child’s avoidant, rigid and perseverative behaviours, and when and how to raise the bar to move the child forward and integrating peers into the play. (For parents and professionals.)

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