NCTSN: Understanding Trauma’s Effects and Building a Safe Place

NCTSN: Understanding Trauma’s Effects and Building a Safe Place
Tuesday, January 11, 2022  •  1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
*ONLINE*
Brian Lowery, Instructor
ITNA Code: 991-3-DL3-NOS
3 Credit Hours

This training will help caregivers understand how trauma can interfere with children’s development and functioning, and how children of different ages may respond to trauma. Caregivers will be introduced to the concept of the “invisible suitcase” and how trauma-informed parenting can “repack” the suitcase. They will gain an understanding of the difference between physical and psychological safety and be introduced to the key component of a safety message. Caregivers will practice delivering an effective safety message and learn techniques to help children cope with trauma reminders. This workshop is the second in a series of four workshops developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.

Registration Instructions:

  • If you are a foster caregiver through LCCS, enroll yourself in training sessions through E-TRACK:
    https://e-track.teds.com/EveryOne/TEDSEveryOne.jsp
  • If you are a foster caregiver through another agency or you are a daycare provider for LCCS,
    you will NOT be in E-TRACK.
  • please call 419-213-3505 to reserve a seat on a space available basis for Foster/Adoption ongoing training.

Post Registration NOTES/Instructions:

  • Class will be closed to anyone arriving more than fifteen (15) minutes late.
  • We are adhering to strict COVID-19 guidelines. Facemasks and social distancing required.

For a complete list of Ongoing Trainings, visit: https://lucaskids.net/on-going-training/

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