Trauma-Responsive Care in Early Childhood Programs (Part II) - Fredericksburg
Now that we understand what trauma is, its effect on interactions, and the importance of being a trauma-informed early care provider, this training offers practical tools for responding to children’s behaviors that present as discipline issues by providing guidance and techniques to use in your program. In this training, you will learn: The complex needs of childhood and the effects trauma may have when basic needs are not met; how to recognize the effects of trauma on classroom interactions and behaviors; everyday caregiver practices that may trigger trauma-reactions in children; to Identify techniques and strategies for addressing and redirecting trauma behaviors, and ways to manage the behaviors of children who have experienced trauma. These techniques can result in children having more positive classroom interactions, potentially reduce expulsion/suspension rates and support the relationship between children and the early childhood professional.
We must have a minimum of 11 people registered for the class, or it may be cancelled. A 2 hour certificate will be given for this free workshop.
|Event Date||Saturday, April 25, 2020 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||Saturday, April 25, 2020 11:00 am|
|Location||The Goodwill Building, 2nd Floor|