Mercer County Children's Interagency Coordinating Council's (CIACC) Education Partnership Conference
Nurtured Heart Approach
by Jim Kimberling, Advanced Trainer.
· The Nurtured Heart Approach is a relationship-focused methodology – founded strategically on “The 3 Stands” – for helping children, and adults build their Inner Wealth and use their intensity in successful ways.
· The approach has a proven impact on every child, including those who are challenged behaviorally, socially and academically.
· The Nurtured Heart Approach has been shown to create transformative changes in children diagnosed with ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder and other behavioral, emotional and anxiety related symptoms.
· Helps parents, educators and professionals create success and positivity while upholding limits and consequences.
· Traditional approaches often fall short of promoting the Inner Wealth essential for children to build successful relationships. This method has helped thousands of families, educators, and child advocates channel a child’s intensity in beautifully creative and constructive ways – helping children achieve new emotional portfolios of confidence and enduring levels of competency.
Audience: School educators, faculty and staff
When: Thursday, April 21st , 2016
Registration from 9 -9:30 am.
Event 9:30 am — 12 pm
Where: Hamilton Technology Center
1200 Negron Drive
Hamilton, NJ 08691
Rsvp By: April 19th
Contact Steven Olsen at
The Education Partnership is a sub-committee of Mercer County's Children's Inter-agency Coordinating Council (CIACC). The mission of the Mercer County CIACC Education Partnership is to promote, develop, and enhance collaborative efforts among schools, behavioral health systems and child protective services, and other interested parties, to improve the well-being of children in Mercer County. For more information visit: http://mercerresourcenet.org/news-events/education-partnership.
To register please send your, Name, Email address, Phone number and School/Agency to [email protected] Be sure to reference this training in the Subject line. Thank you.