How Relationships Impact Growth and Development

Here at Regina Speech Centre we are passionate about families and their power to change their child’s development.  We feel families and their relationships are the cornerstone of growth and learning.  That’s why we are so excited to bring you this learning opportunity from Dianne Tower, an extremely talented therapist out of British Columbia.  She will bring a unique perspective on the impact of early relationships in a child’s life; and how they are the basis for growth in the early years.  She is an experienced presenter and has provided workshops and keynotes in both Canada and the United States.  You don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to learn new skills.  This 2 day conference will be hosted at the Ramada Regina Downtown Plaza, on April 5th and 6th, 2019.

The purpose of this two-day workshop will be to outline the neurological and relational foundations for regulation and learning.  The developmental progression of regulation skills and its growth across the early years of life will be presented. The use of attachment-based principles will be explored as the foundation for supporting regulation, optimal growth and development.  In addition, risk factors that contribute to and sustain developmental delays will be outlined and discussed.  A clinical framework will be presented to provide practical support for monitoring connection and regulation within therapeutic relationships. This presentation will include the use of case studies to provide clinical support for utilizing a cross-disciplinary approach in promoting supportive relationships and optimal development.

To register you can contact:  [email protected], or fill out and email the attached document (Relationship Conference 2019).  We look forward to learning and growing with you!

Regina Speech Centre. 

Empowering families.  Connecting Communities. 

Relationship conference 2019