Programs

Tune In To Children

A community of professionals interested in developing skills to facilitate children’s emotional flow

In 2005, I first applied my self-regulation techniques with children in areas affected by social disruption and natural disaster, aiming to reduce the dysfunctional behaviors originated by trauma. Today these methods have evolved to a wider range of applications, and I have taught training programs in over 25 countries, which have provided support to approximately 6000 professionals, such as teachers, school coordinators, therapists, social workers, artists, and social entrepreneurs

I am driven by the mission of helping professionals in creating solutions for the challenges that communities, therapeutic offices, and institutions are facing in dealing with a new generation of children, overwhelmed with stimuli. I believe in fostering a world where adults reinvent the way they perceive children’s development. I am passionate about educating adults to support children in a way that promotes their natural abilities and brings their unique gifts forward spontaneously.

Having been in your shoes as a therapist and teacher, it would be an honor to contribute to your work by bringing these teachings and techniques to your community.

Tune In To Children is a unique system developed by Ale which provides unique maps to see children with new eyes.

Through his approach, parents can spark their children’s natural ability to regulate emotionally and activate their built-in organic sequences to quickly restore inner balance.

The aim of this program is to grow a community of skillful adults that help children reorganize and rebalance their autonomic nervous systems, starting at the biological and survival level. This approach proves helpful in any home where adults and children have to deal with stressful situations, in therapeutic offices, as well as schools, institutions or communities looking to overcome challenging times.

Through this process, adults and children feel empowered, the connections between parents and children depends and the child is restored with a sense of inner peace, focus, clarity of intention and curiosity for the future.

I believe…

  • that informed and empowered caregivers can inspire children to continuously develop and overcome personal difficulties, which they might encounter throughout life.
  • that educated, responsible adults can provide a net of support and appreciation for the child’s creative potential to unfold.

  • that by embracing diversity and inclusion the world around children feels like a welcome home for their vulnerability, sensitivity, and freshness. An approach free of judgment is an open door for them. They feel seen and heard, which opens space for their unique expression.

  • that children are not the ones to be blamed. They are part of larger systems. Their problems are our problems and vice-versa. In addressing the system and not only the symptom we might be able to see the upcoming challenges with new eyes, and children can grow with more autonomy and self-confidence.

  • that children are in essence inspiring. Their freshness, simplicity, curiosity and openness are the main ingredients for societies to tackle the challenges and high complexity levels we are facing these days.

  • that all children can thrive in a healthy environment. With the right amount of challenge and support, we can help them to grow stronger, connect to their motivation and find meaning in life.

  • that children care about contributing to the world they live in. To ensure quality, we honor children’s inner experiences with the deepest respect. Their self-esteem and empathic capacities to connect with the needs and challenges around them, are connected with what they are allowed and encouraged to bring out and manifest.

As a member of Tune in to Children, we want you to get immediate value from being part of the community. That’s why we’re aiming to offer five simple things:

 

  • Experience exclusive content and conversations you can’t find anywhere else.
  • Meet people who share your interests who live near you, who do the same things, or who care about the same topics.
  • Make better, more well-informed decisions about the things that are most important to you.
  • Swap stories, experiences, and ideas (not necessarily advice) around our shared mission.
  • Find a little inspiration, thought-provoking conversations, and expert perspective each and every day.