2-Day Unraveling Shame Seminar

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September 26, 2014

2-Day Unraveling Shame Seminar

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Unraveling Shame: The Power of Observing Life for Our Children

Larry Bradley, M.A., LMFT, B.C.C.

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You may have already learned that when trauma occurs in utero and during the first few years of life, the young child is likely to grow up with a lack of self worth and a need to control his or her environment.  This often plays out, as the child matures, with feelings of intense shame, fear and anxiety.  Larry Bradley, MFT, teaches intentional, purposeful parenting strategies to help the shame-filled child see his experiences and the world around him through a healthier lens.  One of Larry’s helpful strategies involves the parent’s acquired habit of speaking, in a neutral tone, observations about the child and the world around the child, so that he or she can gradually adopt the parent’s happier interpretation.

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Some of the concepts Larry will cover include:

  • The science behind belief
  • The need for parents to be confident in themselves
  • The Parenting Pyramid, keeping it simple to avoid frustration
  • Ways to build healthy attachment
  • Family government
  • What parents do to undermine their influence
  • What encouragement looks like
  • Who is responsible for what
  • Keeping perspective: we need to measure ourselves by what we do with correct information, not by how our children turn out

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2-Day Unraveling Shame Seminar

Attendance of both trainings is recommended but not required.

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Friday, October 24th

(Dinner and refreshments provided.)

5:30 PM Registration

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

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Saturday, October 25th

(Morning snack, lunch and refreshments provided.)

8:30 AM Registration

9:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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This seminar is presented by:

HelpOne Child2

Click here to Register Today!
 
Cost: $50/person, $80/couple
The cost will cover both Friday and Saturday.
Foster Parents can attend at NO Cost!  RSVP Required.
Payments of Check can be mailed to: 
Help One Child 858 University Ave 
 (in memo write, Unraveling Shame Seminar)
 

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All trainings will be held at:

Union Presbyterian Church

(Help One Child)
858 University Avenue
Los Altos, CA 94024
 

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Register today!

Pre-registration and pre-payment required
(No on site registration or payment)

Childcare available!
Proceed to payment page to request childcare.

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About our Speaker: Larry Bradley, M.A., LMFT, B.C.C.

Larry Bradley holds a masters degree in marriage and family counseling from Hope International University.  He and his wife have six children. Currently in private practice, Larry works with youth and families struggling with significant on-going stress.  Larry’s experience has included working as a therapist in residential settings with teens struggling with neurobiological complications, attachment breaks, pervasive shame, and family dysregulation.

In addition to being in private practice, Larry teaches ‘Individual and Relationship Science’ at the high school level, is the Director of Neurofeedback at the Neurofeedback Centers of Utah, and hosts a weekly radio show called, “It’s All in Your Head.”

Parent Recommendation:

“Larry Bradley was our son’s therapist at the Diamond Ranch Academy. Larry said, “Your son is well acquainted with an array of negative emotions, but he doesn’t know a thing about the power of his thoughts.”  Therapy included strategies to change the mindset behind our son’s destructive behaviors and helped open a door to better emotional health.”

 

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If you have questions, email Melanie Hohengasser at melanie@helponechild.org
  

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