Studio 3 Worldwide

The Studio 3's Worldwide programme aims to spread practices and information to groups across North, Central and South America during this challenging and complex period. We have successfully run a series of online webinars in the UK since the beginning of the lockdown, which have been well-received by people from all over the world. Our aim is to create a Low Arousal World in which vulnerable and distressed individuals are supported to thrive in their environments.

Our online programme is designed to enable practitioners across the world to access practical applications of the Low Arousal Approach using the Zoom webinar platform. The format of the programme involves webinar presentations of 45 minutes to one hour, followed by live discussion for up to 1 hour after the presentation which is optional for delegates. This also includes an exclusive web-based conference, broadcast to suit a range of time-zones in the Western Hemisphere. 

This programme consists of 3 webinars, priced at $20 US Dollars each per person, and one web-conference at $40 US Dollars per person (other currencies accepted). The live webinars are available to book now, and discounts are available for families and group bookings. To discuss these options, please contact admin@studio3.org. 

Programme of Events

Friday 26th June

5pm - 7pm British Summer Time

9am - 11am Pacific Time

12pm - 2pm Eastern Time

Bo Hejlskov Elvén – Sulky, Rowdy, Rude: Low Arousal Approaches to Managing the Behaviour of Children (and Adults)

Drawing on his book of the same title, Bo Hejlskov Elvén will present on applying a Low Arousal framework to managing behaviour of concern. Have you ever been in a situation where someone’s behaviour seems too challenging to handle? This talk will focus on how, by dealing with our own stress and behaviour first, we can manage and in time reduce crisis incidents such as these.

Friday 5th June

5pm - 7pm British Summer Time

9am - 11am Pacific Time

12pm - 2pm Eastern Time

Gareth Morewood – Applying Low Arousal Approaches to Children and Young People in Schools and at Home

Gareth presented a practical approach to creating thriving learning environments both at home and at school. This is achieved by focus on stress reduction which has a positive impact on behaviour and creates the opportunities for learning and growth.

Friday 8th May

5pm - 7pm British Summer Time

9am - 11am Pacific Time

12pm - 2pm Eastern Time

Professor Andrew McDonnell – Creating a Restraint and Seclusion Free World

This presentation will contained a combination of academic theories and practical examples in ways to not only reduce, but eliminate restraint and seclusion for young people and adults in care settings.

Minerva Mill Innovation Centre

Station Road

Alcester

B49 5ET