Are meltdowns becoming a permanent part of your
family or classroom life? Or perhaps they are a defining
pattern in the life of someone you love?
Meltdowns are a complex bodily response that occur when the brain is not coping, often due to sensory overload, emotional dis-regulation or other processing difficulties.
They are always triggered by something – meltdowns never occur for no reason – so it is imperative that you understand exactly what a meltdown is, and what the triggers are before you can most effectively manage them.
This three part course will give you a comprehensive look into what meltdowns actually are, how and why they occur in cycles and exactly what you can do to manage the meltdown cycle.
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In this three part video series we cover:
[Video 1] The Physiology of Meltdowns
[Video 2] The Meltdown Cycle
[Video 3] How to Manage Meltdowns