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Promoting Engagement for Withdrawn Children 

Online, On-Demand Workshop

The child within the home or classroom that is often noticed first or identified for needing extra help and support is the outgoing, loud, active, intense, and aggressive child.

These are children whose behaviors show their wants, needs, and emotional states – and it’s often easy to identify and intervene as needed. Children who are quieter or more subdued in social settings are typically more unassuming, cautious, and careful. They are the ones who are sometimes overlooked as needing extra help or support. They tend to follow rules and cause less disruptions.

Adults and teachers often perceive them as anxious, frightened, or quiet and reserved. They are less inclined to initiate interaction or take command of a situation, however this way of being also has incredible benefits and potential.

Join us for this important training to explore engagement with the withdrawn child as well as tips and techniques to ensure that the interactions are positive and beneficial.

This training is designed for parents, caregivers, teachers, and school personnel. 

In this training, you will learn about:

  • Contributing reasons for withdrawn behaviors
  • Potential concerns/challenges and warning signs when a child is withdrawn
  • Tips and techniques to encourage engagement


ATTENTION: Palm Beach County parents, teachers, and caregivers: Use the CODE: AWOBPBC to waive the fee!

A special thank you to the Florida Blue FoundationEarly Learning Coalition of Palm Beach County, and Children’s Services Council of Palm Beach County for supporting this training for teachers, and educators in Palm Beach County. This workshop is a part of our A Way of Being with Children series focusing on children ages birth to 5.

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