Thursday, March 2, 2017 at Online via TeachOntario
Starts at 3:00 PM · Ends at 4:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
With York University's Dr. Stuart Shanker.
Stuart Shanker is a Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Psychology at York University and the CEO of the MEHRIT Centre, Ltd. His research on the impact of excessive stress on child development and behaviour has received enthusiastic attention in North America and worldwide. Join us for an intimate one-on-one interview to learn about The Shanker Method.
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Dr. Stuart Shanker is a Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Psychology at York University and the CEO of the MEHRIT Centre, Ltd. (www.self-reg.ca). His most recent book, Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (And You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage With Life, has garnered glowing reviews around the world being published in Canada, the US, the UK, South Korea, Germany and The Netherlands, with further translations and foreign editions in the works. His blogs can be regularly seen on the Psychology Today, Huffington Post and TMC websites.
Over the past decade, Dr. Shanker has served as an advisor on early child development to government organizations across Canada and the United States, and in countries around the world. During this period, he became increasingly interested in the impact of excessive stress on child development and behaviour. Dr. Shanker’s five-step Self-Reg model -- The Shanker MethodTM-- is a powerful process for understanding and managing stress in children, youth and adults. In 2012 Dr. Shanker founded The MEHRIT Centre as a Self-Reg learning and information centre. Stuart commits considerable time to bringing the research and science of Self-Reg to parents, early childhood educators, teachers, educational leaders, health practitioners and communities through presentations, master classes, online courses, webinars, publications, social media and a blog entitled, “The Self-Reg View”.
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