Parenting from the Heart and the Brain. Jennifer Scholes , MA Child Welfare Partnership Portland State University. Please note. This training is based on the policies and procedures of the Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare Program.
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Parenting from the Heartand the Brain
Jennifer Scholes, MA
Child Welfare Partnership
Portland State University
This training is based on the policies and procedures of the Oregon Department of Human Services Child Welfare Program.
If you are certified by another agency, we recommend consulting with your agency for guidance.
What makes parenting rewarding?
What happens when parenting isn’t rewarding?
How does it feel?
What does it do to us?
Plan B – “I can’t trust that adults will meet my needs”
Meaning Making System
Attachment Style Parenting
Child expresses need
We experience ourselves in a positive way
We identify the need & meet it
Child is soothed
Reactive Style Parenting(Blocked Care)
Facial expressions, eye movement, subtle change in tone of voice
Over-reaction to nonverbal communication
Child is a threat to well being
We see few parenting options
We judge the child and ourselves
Yelling timeout, grounding
“I am not a good parent”
We go into survival mode
Quick, emotions based action
Kinds of Blocked Care
“The Twos and the Teens”
Not just self-care
More than deep breathing
A learned parenting style
“What’s a Parent to Do?”