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Jul 25

The Big 3: Lying, Stealing, and Raging

Learn innovative approaches for understanding and supporting children and adolescents with a trauma history, addressing developmental differences, and improving communication. Some of the most common symptoms with children who have Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders are lying, stealing, and raging - "the Big 3". We will discuss the neuro-behavioral aspects of why these behaviors are common and talk about strategies that can help parents and professionals get a handle on these frustrating behaviors. Come join us!

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Jul 25, 2024 10:00am ET - Jul 25, 2024 12:00pm ET

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$17.00 - $27.00

Barb Clark

Barb Clark, Director of Training at Families Rising (FKA NACAC), is a parent to five adult children, one who is diagnosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. She is an advocate for learning from her own mistakes to guide others in avoiding similar pitfalls. With a background in Youth Development from the University of Minnesota, Barb leverages humor and real-life experiences to challenge traditional strategies and promote out-of-the-box thinking for professionals and caregivers. Committed to improving the lives of individuals affected by prenatal exposure to substances and trauma, Barb specializes in trauma-responsive strategies and her personal passion, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). Her dedication stems from her belief that she's learned more from her children than she ever did in college.