See Beyond Behavior
By BEHCA, LLC
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Hosted by behavior consultant and author Torri Wright, the See Beyond Behavior podcast aims to make sense of the complex and challenging world of behavior. Each episode delves into different behavioral topics, from parenting a child on the spectrum, to the ins-and-outs of trauma informed care. Torri imparts her own knowledge from over twenty years in the special education and behavior field, inviting those living with challenging behaviors themselves, families, educators, and professionals to join her in sharing their perspectives and experiences. We hope to bring new insight, strategies, and a place to collaborate, so we may all feel like we belong in a world of many differences. Learn more at behca.com
||CleanParenting a Child with Challenging Behavior||Carole's Story||1/30/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanComing to Terms: Co-Regulation||Coming to Terms are shorter bonus episodes in the See Beyond Behavior podcast series. In the behavior space, we often use unique terms, acronyms, and jargon. For many people, these may be unfamiliar or even misunderstood. So with that in mind, we hope..||1/16/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTrauma-Informed Care||Interviewee: Dr. Will Henson, 321 Insight||1/2/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroducing See Beyond Behavior||Torri Wright provides a unique glimpse into the world of complex and challenging behavior||11/28/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Sheryl Strum, LMFT
This is so good! Thank you for understanding the importance of being human to kids who haven’t experienced much positive humanity! I’ll definitely listen again and pass this on to my colleagues 😊👍🏻
As someone who has worked closely with individuals I found this See Beyond Behavior podcast informative and easy to listen to Torri does an excellent job explaining behavior without overwhelming the listeners with jargon. Her guests offer up deep insights learned throught their own experiences which makes the show that much more interesting. Definitely worth a listen.
This was really helpful in better understanding my son's behavior and how I can better engage with him. It really helped change my perspective on what is "bad behavior" vs. understanding what his behavior is actually telling us. Instead of getting angry I can pause, assess the situation, and once he's calm have a rational discussion.