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April 15, 2021
We are proud to present our VIRTUAL Educational Day on Childhood Trauma: A Hopeful Story.
Join us on Thursday, April 15th as we explore childhood trauma, the impact trauma has on our children, tips + approaches we as service providers, educations and parents/caregivers can take to mitigate the impact of early trauma.
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
•What is early childhood trauma?
•What is its impact on kids?
•What is the physiological impact on the brain development?
•What can we do in our daily practice 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?
Dr. Shanker (D.Phil), is the founder/CEO of the MEHRIT Centre.
Dr. Kline is currently a part-time Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at McMaster University. He is also a Developmental Pediatrician and Medical Director at Lansdowne Children’s Centre in Brantford and a Consultant Pediatrician at Brantford General Hospital.
• Loss/Grief Michelle Harris, MSW, RSW, Certified Clinical Traumatologist
• Intergenerational Trauma Gertie Beaucage
• Balancing Demands/Managing Expectations Dr. Jennifer Saltzman-Benaiah
• When Addiction Invites Trauma to Join the Family: Anticipating Consequences to Create Hope Valerie Good, M.Div., B.A., R.P. and Lyle Peterson, MSW, RSW
• Childhood Abuse A disclosure has been made – Now What? Samantha Ward and Sue Van Yzendoorn
6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
FREE with registration
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Tool Kit Treasure Hunt – collect ideas for simple, low-cost activities parents can do with kids