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Behaviour is communication – let’s listen to our children and help them

Our children are doing the best they can even when they are “misbehaving”. When we stop looking at the symptoms and start considering what is behind that behaviour, then we can be more effective in helping our children and youth find a way through.

Le comportement, c’est de la communication – écoutons nos enfants et aidons-les.

Nos enfants font de leur mieux, même quand ils ont un « mauvais comportement ». Lorsque nous cessons de nous concentrer sur les symptômes pour nous demander ce qui est à l’origine de ce comportement, nous pouvons être plus efficaces pour aider nos enfants et nos jeunes à trouver un moyen de s’en sortir.


Eva de Gosztonyi, MA,
Psychologist, psychologue OPQ

Eva has over 45 years of experience working in schools and helping them with their most challenging children and youth. Using the Neufeld developmental paradigm, respecting the student’s emotional world, and backed by neuroscience and trauma studies, she has created interventions that schools can use immediately to help students with their behaviour. 

Depuis plus de 45 ans, Eva aide les écoles à servir les enfants et les adolescents les plus difficiles. En utilisant le modèle développemental de Neufeld, en respectant le monde émotionnel de l’élève et en s’appuyant sur des études en neurosciences et en traumatologie, elle a créé des interventions que les écoles peuvent utiliser immédiatement pour aider les élèves à améliorer leur comportement.

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WEBINAR: Brain Breaks Make a Real Difference

Eva de Gosztonyi - Dec 21, 2020

Brain Breaks have become an integral way of helping students to transition from one type of learning activity to another. It might be easy to dismiss Brain Breaks as being non-essential to classroom learning and student progress, but there is now a wealth of research that informs us that Brain Breaks make a difference for students academically, behaviourally and emotionally. There are numerous ways of facilitating Brain Breaks. They can be active or quiet and reflective. This session will describe how you can use Brain Breaks with the students in your care both in the classroom or daycare and, if necessary, online.

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