Training Type: Online Real Time
Total Hours: 1
Personal Boundary Setting: Being the Calm During the Storm to Remain Flexible April 15, 2020
Boundary setting to create an atmosphere of calm for ourselves, the children, and families in our programs has never been more important than right now. During this presentation I will go over the steps for setting personal boundaries, give you the tools to create personal boundaries, and ask you to come up with an action plan to set personal boundaries.
This session is part of a 3-day, 6-hour mini conference. We will address the immediate needs of the early childhood workforce as its members continue to navigate the complexity of the impact that current events have had on their capacity to work with children and families. With a focus on the collective strengths and contributions of the workforce threaded throughout the conference, each presentation will meet the Northern Lights criteria for real-time live professional development trainings in Vermont and be designed to rebuild workforce morale, support participants with moving through change, and explore our collective role and responsibility to support quality child development and to lead our communities both now and into the future. Sessions include: Feeling Your Feelings: Your Guide for Adult Emotion Processing; Personal Boundary Setting: Being the Calm During the Storm to Remain Flexible; Powerful Tools for Community Care; Encouraging Play During a Pandemic; Creating Positive Change, A Curious Growth Mindset, and An Appreciative Culture; From Inspiration to Action.