In this third installment of our four-part webinar series on Trauma Informed Care and Instruction, you’ll have the opportunity to learn how and why relationships are so important for trauma-informed instruction; take away practical and effective strategies for supporting children who have experienced trauma; and understand why it’s so essential for teachers who work with trauma-impacted young children to prioritize and practice self-compassion and self-care.
Due to the popularity of our “Educating Yourself and the Field About Trauma and Its Impact” webinar, we’ve added three additional webinars to the series. Throughout the series you’ll hear from experts in the field about trauma and its impact, learn how to support children and families in the aftermath of traumatic events, and get strategies for providing responsive care and encouraging resiliency—all of which are more important than ever before.
Educating Yourself and the Field About Trauma and Its ImpactRecorded: Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Extending Empathy to Families Experiencing TraumaRecorded: Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Current WebinarWorking with Trauma-Impacted Young Children: A Practitioner PerspectiveRecorded: Wednesday, February 24, 2021
Trauma Informed Care and Instruction: Protective Factors and ResiliencyRecorded: Wednesday, March 10, 2021