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WHAT TO DO WITH THE THINGS KIDS DO: UNDERSTANDING THEIR STRESS AND YOURS

WHAT TO DO WITH THE THINGS KIDS DO: UNDERSTANDING THEIR STRESS AND YOURS

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WHAT TO DO WITH THE THINGS KIDS DO: UNDERSTANDING THEIR STRESS AND YOURS

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  1. WHAT TO DO WITH THE THINGS KIDS DO:UNDERSTANDING THEIR STRESS AND YOURS

  2. PRESENTER: DR.KATHRYN LAPOINTE, PHD, LPC Dr. LaPointe is the Clinical Director of Kinghaven Counseling Group, Inc.  She received her doctorate degree in Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas. She has over thirty years of experience in the Human Services field working with dependency and family issues, delinquency, addictions and trauma related counseling.  She also has conducted Community Education and professional seminars.  In her position as Clinical Director at Kinghaven Counseling Group, she leads a team of 40 Counselors and Psychologists providing comprehensive assessment and treatment to children, teens and adults. 

  3. ORDER OF PRESENTATION • Goal of Behaviors • Behavior Identification • Understanding Why • Strategies • Signs of Distress, More Complex Stress • Childhood Disorders • Hidden Disorders • Mood Disorders: Bipolar-Depressed • ADHD: Bipolar Manic • Anxiety Disorders: PTSD • Obsessive Compulsive Disorders • Making Effective Referrals

  4. GOAL OF BEHAVIORS • Attention • Power • Revenge • Helplessness

  5. Behavior IDENTIFICATION • All behavior is goal directed • The Goal is the Reason • The Reason is the WHY! • Intentions are determined by the results achieved

  6. The best way to help our children:Understanding why

  7. STRATEGIES The best way to help our children: Understanding why

  8. SIGNS OF DISTRESS, MORE COMPLEX STRESS • Hyper vigilance • Aggressive behaviors • Escalating behaviors • Poor social interactions • Chronic impulsivity • Defiance • Stealing, lying • Repetitive behaviors • excessive concerns • Absence of childhood happiness

  9. 15 MINUTE BREAK After The Break: CHILDHOOD DISORDERS

  10. HIDDEN DISORDER WINNIE THE POOH Undoubtedly the world’s most loved and revered bear. Love for honey (hunny) is endless

  11. MOOD DISORDERSBIPOLAR- DEPRESSED EEYORE Eeyore is a donkey length. His appearance is highlighted by a small light pink bow on his tail. Intelligent animal but tends to keep to himself. Extremely gloomy donkey and has a very bad habit of losing his tail! Mostly he tends to depend on his friends Often says “Thanks for noticin’ me” and “Oh, well”.

  12. ADHDBIPOLAR-MANIC TIGGER Very Bouncy Animal and resembles a tiger. Awaysin an electrifying & exuberant mood and loves to bounce, bounce and bounce. Easily recognizable by the black & orange stripes, a springy tail, and a long chin, beady eyes He takes a lot of pleasure in being able to “unbounce” some of the other animals in the 100 Acre Wood.

  13. ANXIETY DISORDERSPTSD PIGLET Very brave animal as supposed to his diminutive size and frame of a timid pink pig. Quite fond of bright colors and especially balloons, and he even likes blowing dandelions. First thing that Piglet utters when he gets up in the morning is “I wonder what's going to happen exciting today?”. Piglet is a BOY!

  14. OBSESSIVECOMPULSIVEDISORDERS RABBIT Pushy and takes and takes himself rather seriously. Quite certain about the important things in his life. likes organizing a plan and to leading group events, even if nothing gets done. Unhappy if anyone disturbs or interrupts him while he is engaged in any kind of activity, He doesn’t like being bounced either. Makes it a point to avoid Pooh during lunch time.

  15. MAKING EFFECTIVE REFERRALS Building the Bridge of Hope for Youth and Their Families Home, school, or office based therapy services for children, teens, adults, couples, and families. ~Medicaid accepted~ 9100 Southwest Freeway, Suite 100 Houston, TX 77074 • Phone: 713-457-4372 E-mail: info@kinghavencounseling.com Web: www.kinghavencounseling.com Fax: 713-457-0945 Kinghaven Counseling Group

  16. MAKING EFFECTIVE REFERRALS Promote the belief in counseling and behavioral services Establish a relationship/feel confident in your referral • Information Posters • Opportunities Tip sheets • Know the Local providers of counseling services • Providers to Contribute to your newsletter