Synposis of the talk

1. If you have been tired, burnt out or lost of hope in handling your child’s tantrum and meltdown, this talk is for you.
2. If your child has been aggressive in self harming and hurting others or things around, this talk is for you
3. You will learn to understand that tantrum and meltdown is a form of communication
4. You will learn to identify how the tantrum and meltdown through the noticing lens of sense, feel and know
5. You will learn simple Brain Gym® and Movement Based Learning techniques to help you stay calm in handling the situation more effectively
6. You will turn the obstacle of tantrum and meltdown into great opportunities by seizing the teachable moment and create bonding with your child.

About the speaker:-

Phoebe Long M.W. has over 20 years of experience teaching children, teenagers and young adults who have behavioural or learning challenges. The Montessori-trained teacher has served as headmistress and principal of two kindergartens using the FunGates system. Seeing the need, she later founded Breakthru Enrichment Station for special needs children together with her mentor, Ngiam Lian Ai, an award-winning former assistant headmistress of a government school with 34 years of teaching experience.

The centre was awarded the Best Special Needs Developmental Centre by Babytalk + Papamama Reader’s Choice Award in 2018. As an international faculty member of the US-based Educational Kinesiology Foundation, Phoebe is a mentor to instructors of Brain Gym®, Movement Based Learning, Rhythmic Movement Training International and Touch for Health™ programmes.

She conducted training in Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan and Spain, and presented papers on the 3P.L.A.Y. to Breakthrough in Canada, England, Germany, India, Japan, Malaysia, Scotland, South Korea and Thailand. Her team won the 1st runner up award for the Poster Presentation at the Special Education International Conference 2019 in Putrajaya, Malaysia. Her social activism includes trains counsellors and psychologists from The Social Welfare Department. She also constantly shares her expertise with higher learning institutes, parent support groups and non-governmental organisations. Her social involvement includes being the President of Parents And Community Empowerment Association, vice-president of Malaysia Brain Gym Association, adviser of Malaysian Specialised Kinesiology Association and a pioneer of the Annual Special Needs Children Family Camp in Malaysia.

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