Learning Opportunities

Rethinking Challenging Behaviour - An Introduction to Collaborative Problem Solving®

Presented By

Matt Sticksl

Series Sessions

Date Time
Wednesday, September 18, 2024 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM



Grade Levels

K-3, Grades 4 - 6, Grades 7 - 9, Grades 10 - 12

Target Audience: All administrators, educational assistants, guidance counsellors, instructional leaders, parents, pre-service teachers, support staff and teachers are encouraged to attend.

Working with children and teens who demonstrate challenging behaviours can be difficult, stressful, and complex.  Collaborative Problem Solving® (CPS) is a compassionate, evidence-based, trauma-informed approach that provides a philosophy and tools to address challenging behaviour.   This approach is used across North America to build skills and relationships with students while reducing educator burnout.

This session is an introduction to CPS. During the session, we will discuss what causes challenging behaviour, share the three key components of the CPS approach, and provide information about opportunities to learn CPS.   If you would like more information about CPS prior to the session, please visit https://thinkkids.org/.

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