The role of relationships in emotional regulation – Webinar Monday 22/02/22 4pm to 5:30pm

See, feel and experience the child’s perspective on nonverbal communication, emotional awareness, play and relationships.

With Kids present a new programme of online webinars that will develop observational skills and enhance playful interactions that can support children in their social and emotional development. Each comes with a CPD certificate.

These webinars are suitable for anyone who lives or works with children as well as those interested in training as a play therapist.

Exploring the concept of rupture, repair and repetition in relationships to help children build emotional regulation skills.

Good Gary, Bad Gary
 – a story from a play therapist’s case book.

The story of Gary opens the webinar. A powerful vignette exploring the impact of inconsistent parenting on a 7 year old’s self esteem, ability to learn and develop stable peer relationships.


The importance of a balanced early relationship experience in developing emotional regulation and developing an internal relationship map.

From a neurobiological viewpoint brains need other brains to regulate. This webinar will look at understanding what it means to be an external regulator in supporting children’s emotional and social development.


Using playful interaction to pause and recognise what children may need when they are dysregulated.

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