A Practical Approach to Trauma Informed Practices
Do the youth that you work overreact to small things?
Do they struggle to regulate emotion?
Do they act younger than their age?
Many children have been exposed to trauma and as a result, have difficulties in school and in life.
No community is immune from the impact of toxic stress. How can you become a buffering adult who helps children deal with toxic stress and build resilience?
*The brain science around what trauma, toxic stress and insecure attachment due to growing brains.
*How to benefit all students including those exposed to trauma.
*How to teach youth why their brain sometimes won't cooperate and how they can learn to self-regulate.
*How to use strengths-based plans to foster learning for all youth exposed to trauma.
*How all of us can be a buffer against toxic stress for the youth in our communities.
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Issaquah, WA 98027
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