Research from neuroscience sheds new light on two main categories of behaviors: those that are intentional, planned, or otherwise known as “willful,” and those that are automatic or instinctual.
Most educational and parenting programs don’t distinguish between the two.
In this webinar, Dr. Mona will show us why the distinction is so important and how we can learn to observe a child’s behavioral biomarkers to better address the wide range of behavioral challenges we see in children and teens.
Access to an exclusive webinar from Dr. Mona
An easy-to-follow presentation on Top-Down and Bottom-Up behaviros
Webinar: How Understanding Top-Down and Bottom-Up Behaviors Changes Everything
About this course
- 3 lessons
- 1 hour of video content
Dr. Mona Delahooke is a child psychologist who aims to reduce suffering and increase joy and resilience for children and families. Her paradigm-shifting model offers a new way of understanding emotional and behavioral challenges, incorporating the latest neuroscience and resilience research to support relationships. Dr. Delahooke is challenging the education system to update its practices from focusing on behavior to promoting relational safety.