“AT EASE®: Understanding and Guiding Emotional Regulation.”

Event Details

Friday, February 23rd, 2018  – 6:30-8:30pm 

Sponsored By:
Blossom Therapeutics Co-Op – Cindy Hatch-Rasmussen MA OTR/L, Jenny Johnson OTR/L & Pam Saul M. Ed.


Presented by Eric Hamblen of PACE Place

You are invited to attend a free seminar entitled,
AT EASE® Understanding and Guiding Emotional Regulation.”

The AT EASE® seminars are designed for parents and professionals raising children and providing therapeutic services for individuals of ALL ages.

There will be special emphasis on families raising children with social learning challenges (Autism Spectrum Disorders,  ADD, ADHD, NVLD, PDD-NOS, SPD,  Executive Functioning Challenges, Anxiety, Trauma,
Attachment Challenges etc.).

East Bend Campus
Deschutes Children’s Foundation
2125 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701

leave a voicemail at (503)888-3939

About the seminar:

Eric Hamblen developed AT EASE® to help guide parents and professionals to create experiences that support healthy patterns of engagement. Because emotions drive behavior, Eric will present information on how to understand challenging behaviors through the filter of emotional regulation.
Through AT EASE® a relational approach is emphasized to develop emotional regulation capacity within the family and support systems. As individuals with social learning challenges develop a healthier relational foundation, they demonstrate an increased capacity to regulate their emotional experiences, leading to increased success in all learning environments and a higher quality of life for the entire family.
Eric has over 30 years of experience working with individuals with children and their families. With experience and training in a variety of methodologies, he has a unique perspective on how to successfully guide families within their typical daily activities (e.g., grocery shopping, mealtime, homework, transitions). Eric helps families think through their challenges and together find dynamic solutions. He focuses on fostering emotional development to improve the child’s ability to organize social information, develop meaningful relationships, and remediate the core deficits associated with social learning challenges. He will discuss strategies that can be used at home, in the school, and in the community, helping the child and adult gain competence in all environments.

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