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Washington State University Vancouver

Firstenburg Student Commons

14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue

Vancouver, WA 98686

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At this FREE workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Use connection and relationship to build kids’ resilience.
  • Reframe positive feedback to support self-confidence.
  • Recognize misbehavior as a call for connection.
  • Learn to address misbehavior with respect and room for growth.
  • Teach kids why their brains sometimes "won't cooperate" and what to do about it.

Presenter Jody McVittie is a family physician with a state-wide following among schools, parents, and others who work with children. Her highly successful approach, called Sound Discipline, teaches adults how to build resilience and connection with children. Using engaging activities, Dr. McVitie demonstrates how children think and react when experiencing stress or trauma.

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What are my parking options at the event?

Free parking will be provided with your registration. Parking pass will be emailed to each registrant prior to the event. Pass must be displayed on the vehicle dashboard.

Will lunch be provided?

Yes, a box lunch will be provided to each registered attendee.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Email: ACEsActionAlliance@clark.wa.gov

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, you will sign in at registration.

Will clock hours be given?

Yes, clock hours will be given for each registered educator.

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