October 8, 2020
Seasons Centre for Grieving Children Presents: An Educational Day on Childhood Trauma: A Hopeful Story
SAVE THE DATE! Registration details to follow.
*For those who purchased tickets for the original April date, your tickets are transferable. Should you require a refund, please contact [email protected]*
-What is Early Childhood Trauma?
-What is its impact on kids?
-What is the physiological impact on brain development?
-What can we do in our daily practices as service providers, educators and parents to mitigate the impact of early trauma?
-Are there specific tools or approaches that I can use to help kids feel safe?
DAYTIME SESSION 9:00am – 4:00pm
$95.00 per person, includes lunch
*Daytime Session Registrants must register for a breakout session upon registration.*
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Stuart Shanker (D. Phil)
Join Dr. Shanker for an enlightening learning experience that will change the way you think about children and the challenges they face, including grief and trauma. Rooted in decades of neuroscience, Shanker Self-Reg is about understanding, not managing, behaviour.
-The brain science behind Shanker Self-Reg
-Shanker Self-Reg can help professionals support all children, youth and families, including those with trauma histories
-The importance of relationships and co-regulation
-Shanker Self-Reg is as much about our own self-regulation as it is about the children and families we work with
-Regulated adults (with the help of Self-Reg) are best-equipped co-regulate with others
EVENING SESSION 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Free with Registration
Building Resilience through Self-Reg and Co-Regulation – Neuroscience shows us ways to support all children – Dr. Stuart Shanker
Join Dr. Shanker for an enlightening learning experience that will change the way you think about children and your parenting challenges. Rooted in decades of neuroscience, Shanker Self-Reg is about understanding, not managing, behaviour, including your own.
Toolkit Treasure Hunt – collect ideas for simple, low cost activities parents can do with kids. The evening session is geared towards parents and caregivers, and is open for all to attend.
For further information please contact: Joan Kennedy at 705.721.5437 ext. 202 or via email at [email protected]
Should you require a subsidy to attend either session please contact: Rowley Ramey at 705.721.5437 ext. 100 or via email at [email protected]
100 Caplan Avenue, Barrie, ON L4N 9J2