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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 heart and the brain

Parenting from the Heartand the Brain

Jennifer Scholes, MA

Child Welfare Partnership

Portland State University


Please note
Please note

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.


Learning objectives
Learning Objectives

  • Describe what blocked care is

  • Identify the impact of blocked care on

  • caregivers and children

    • Practice effective parenting

      strategies


BB

  • Brain Based Parenting

    • Daniel Hughes

    • John Baylin


What

What makes parenting rewarding?


Hatwhat w
hatWhatW

What happens when parenting isn’t rewarding?

“Going Limbic”

vs.

Blocked Care


Bloc

Blocked Care

How does it feel?

What does it do to us?


Pp

  • Plan A - “The Good Life”

    Plan B – “I can’t trust that adults will meet my needs”


Pl plan b s results
PlPlan B’s Results

  • Fear conditioning

  • Search for the negative

    • Hypervigilance


The combination in turn
The Combination in turn…

  • Creates premature self reliance plus mistrust of caregivers

    • “The Rules”


Where s the hope
Where’s the hope?

  • Most children can eventually move to Plan A.

    • Three things that make a difference


Parenting related systems
Parenting Related Systems

  • Parental Approach

  • Parent Reward

    Child Reading

    Meaning Making System

    Executive System


Attachment style parenting

Attachment Style Parenting

Child expresses need

We experience ourselves in a positive way

We identify the need & meet it

Child relaxes

Child is soothed


Reactive style parenting blocked care

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



Chronic blocked care
Chronic Blocked Care

  • Unmanageable levels of stress very early in life


Acute blocked care
Acute Blocked Care

  • A huge event limits ability to parent



Stage specific blocked care
Stage Specific Blocked Care

“The Twos and the Teens”


Overcoming blocked care
Overcoming Blocked Care

Not just self-care

More than deep breathing

A learned parenting style



P regaining perspective
PRegaining Perspective



Pace parenting1
PACE Parenting

  • Playfulness




Empathy
Empathy

  • “I’m doing the best I can.”


Putting it all together
Putting it all together

  • Watch for small successes

  • Watch for reciprocity

  • Watch for Revised Life Rules

    “What’s a Parent to Do?”



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