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At the beginning of her career she focused on working with children with severe and moderate mental disabilities.
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We will consider and explore differences among some of the ways of understanding these problems which define not only how the observations and interpreted, but also what one sees or neglects to see: the psychodynamic, the psychiatric, the prevailing teachers’ and parents’ stands, and those of the school counselling services, along with the predominant CBT and related approaches.
The phenomena we will briefly look into are: hyper- and hypo- reactivity, autistic spectrum, body awareness, ability to focus, aggression, depression, defiance, psychosomatics, as well as traumatic experiences, early relational trauma, and transgenerational family role and pattern transmission.
By the end of the course participants will have a substantial understanding of different special needs characteristics and consequences for learning.
They will also practice to use evidence-based practices to provide effective interventions and explore typical strengths and weaknesses of individuals with special needs.
This course will help you to develop the necessary self-confidence for working with special needs and facilitate competencies for accommodating your teaching strategies to students with special needs.