• Inclusive Education
  • Psychology and Wellbeing

Flip the Lid: The Neuropsychology of Challenging Behaviour

PL # 12123.
Starting on 13 Jun 2019
Cancellation permitted until 10/06/2019

Event registrations closed on 10/06/2019


New advances in neuroscience are unlocking the secrets of why children behave the way they do and why it is so hard at times for them to behave the way we would like.  Self-regulation skills are the mental processes that allow children to manage arousal levels, emotions, attention and be socially successful.

You will gain:

  • An understanding of the development of self-regulation
  • The ability to reframe challenging behaviours and understand the underlying skills deficits.
  • Practical strategies to assist the development of self-regulation skills.


More Information


Toni Tomlin (AISWA Staff)

Lead Psychologist

Julie Townsend (AISWA Staff)

Lead Psychologist

Kate Stannard (AISWA Staff)

Inclusive Education Consultant

Kate Stannard joined the Inclusive Education team at AISWA in February 2017. She studied to be a Primary teacher in London, teaching there for a number of years before moving to Perth in 2005. Through her time in the classroom, Kate has developed a passion to see all students actively engaged with their own learning. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Education and English Literature, a Graduate Diploma in Educational Leadership and a Masters of Education (Special Learning Needs).


Event Segment

Date / Time

Starts: 09:00
Finishes: 16:00


AISWA Seminar Room (First Floor)
Suite 5, 41 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017


Parking bays are available on Walters Drive (max. fee is $5.00 p/day). Alternatively, public transport is available via train & bus: Joondalup Line – Stop at Glendalough Station. Bus transfers: Bus no. 407, Bus stop: 25350

Learning Area

  • Inclusive Education
  • Psychology and Wellbeing

School Area

  • Early Childhood (PK - 2)
  • Middle Primary (3-6)
  • Secondary (7-10)

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