Conflict Resolution + Explosive Child

Course Combo Special Offer!

We now have a special offer for our two-course package, including our online PLS Conflict Resolution course on the PLS framework and the online Explosive Child with Dr. Ross Greene on CPS, Collaborative and Proactive Solutions.

Target Groups for these courses are:

  • Families, parents, and foster parents
  • Kindergartens
  • General and special education schools
  • Therapeutic group homes
  • Inpatient, residential, and juvenile detention facilities

The Explosive Child

Understanding and Helping Kids with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Challenges
A course with Dr. Ross Greene on CPS, Collaborative and Proactive Solutions.

Online via Zoom!


Module 1: 27th and 28th of September, 5 pm – 8:30 pm (Oslo/Paris)

Module 2: 1st and 2nd of November, 5 pm – 8:30 pm (Oslo/Paris)

The time zone is Central European Time CET/CEST, Oslo/Paris (CEST when summertime).

Ross Greene, PHD., is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the author of the bestselling books “The Explosive Child” and “Lost at School.”

You can read more about this course on the course page here.

Explosive Child
Conflict Resolution

Hans Holter Solhjell is the teacher of this course. Hans is a Norwegian educator specializing in developmentally supportive communication and conflict resolution.

You can read more about this course here.

Developmentally and regulation-supportive

Communication and Conflict Resolution

Aggression, trauma, relational stress, and regulation challenges

An introduction course to the
PLS regulation support model

with Hans Holter Solhjell.

For parents and professionals who work with children

In this course, you will learn about:

  • Communication and conflict resolution with the PLS regulation support model, the Response Funnel, and The Perspective Spiral.
  • The 5 phases of developmentally supportive conflict resolution.
  • The skills to develop to master each phase.
  • About self-regulation, co-regulation, and regulation support.
  • Basic understanding of relational stress, trauma, and complex trauma.
  • How trauma and severe stress affect the developing brain of children.
  • Optimal development, mental health, learning, play and attachment.
  • The brain, the autonomic nervous system, polyvagal theory, the social engagement system, and the fight-flight-freeze response.

Download your copy of the

PLS Regulation Support Model


PLS Regulation Support Model