Kathryn has her Masters in Educational Psychology, and has certified as a Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics practitioner with Dr Perry. Kathryn has extensive experience in this area. She has worked and trained, nationally and internationally, on the subject of neuroscience for over fifteen years, delivering to a variety of organisations including Primary and Secondary Teachers; the Police; Child Youth and Family; Prisons; Kindergartens; Parents; Recreation Groups; Mental Health Professionals; Politicians; and Corporates.
However, all development is influenced by the early years, still known as such an essential developmental stage. By covering the early development and the reorganisation that occurs in adolescent, these workshops will give you a better understanding of what is going on for the children or the young people you work with. This up to date information will arm you with more tools and options for your interactions with them.
Through understanding the brain and how we neurologically and physiologically develop and react, we can become more adept at working with and inspiring our children, youth, colleagues, and whanau.
New knowledge in brain development is being produced and published at astonishing rates. It is difficult to know where to start. This training will work with the aspects of brain development most applicable to your work, helping you to comprehend the basics, and then supporting you to translate it into practice.