Self-Regulation in Young Children with Special Needs

Workshop Date(s): 
02/16/2016 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Parents Helping Parents, San Jose - Suite 100
1400 Parkmoor Ave.
95126 San Jose , CA
CEU Hours Qualifies for: 
0 hours (CEU hours qualifies for annual CE requirements)
IFECMH Total: 
0 hours
Registration Instructions: 
To register go to PHP’s website:
Course Description: 

Self-Regulation in Young Children with Special Needs

Participants will leave with an understanding of the defining characteristics of self-regulation, warning signs and red flags, as well as proven strategies and tactics to teach children how to “self soothe” when they become dysregulated.

This training is open to FIRST 5 partners, therapeutic and related service providers, and parents! CEUs available for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs and LEPs, as required by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences. Certificates are available upon request, indicating hours earned against the Infant-Family Early Childhood Mental Health Guidelines.


Dr. Hsu's passion for working with children and families with disabilities started during a practicum at Children's Hospital Oakland at the Children's Hospital Autism Intervention. She completed her postdoctoral residency at the Kaiser Permanente ASD Center in San Jose. Dr. Hsu currently continues to work part-time at the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research with the Autism Research Project as the clinical lead for two research studies: SEED (Study to Explore Early Development) and EARLI (Early Autism Risk Longitudinal Investigation).

After graduating from the University of California, Irvine, Patricia Fasang decided to pursue a graduate degree in occupational therapy. Since then, she has worked with children in a variety of settings, including inclusive preschools, private clinics, and nonpublic schools. Patricia is dedicated to providing a positive and supportive experience for her clients and families. 

Additional Information: 

Please email Zoe Folger at or call (408)727-5775 x187 with any questions. To register go to PHP’s website:


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