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Holding the Hope: Trauma-Informed Healing for Schools
Treating Trauma Effects
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The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) research highlights the powerful connection between the experience of early adversity and the subsequent short and long term effects on physical and psychological wellbeing. A growing number of students in our classrooms have been impacted by adversity: as a result of domestic violence, neglect or maltreatment, intergenerational trauma or race-based aggression, bullying, escaping war or economic instability.
Children and youth may exhibit problems with mental health, self-regulation and lagging skills. They often respond with adaptive coping mechanisms – sometimes characterized as challenging behaviours – which can be disruptive to the learning environment. This pain-based behaviour has meaning and serves to communicate needs. Once you understand the function of this behaviour, you can apply appropriate interventions to achieve positive outcomes.
This training will be of interest to those working in educational settings: teachers, EA’s, CYCP’s, social workers and anyone working with students with complex needs. Grounded in theories of trauma, attachment and neuroscience, this training will provide participants with a framework to respond effectively using relationship to promote resilience and recovery in youth.
Participants will be able to:
• Describe how early adversity shapes social and emotional learning.
• Review key aspects of neuroscience research on adverse experiences and brain development.
• Identify important differences of acute trauma and developmental trauma
• Use supportive techniques to restore safety, choice and control for traumatized children and youth
• Explore strategies to foster social and emotional learning
• Define basic principles of trauma-informed practice
20% Discount for groups of 4 or more. Contact (905) 889-5030 x121 to register your group.
See the homepage to see if you are eligible for the Social Workers and Social Service Workers Professional Development Fund.
This course can be customized and delivered at your agency. For information about this or other in-service training, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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