Making Sense of Trauma
Making Sense of Trauma is a one-day in-person workshop for anyone who works with children or youth. In this workshop, participants learn how to use a Trauma-Informed perspective to better understand the relational, neurobiological and developmental impact of trauma on children, youth and their caregivers.
Workshop & Webinar Objectives:
- To develop an understanding of the impact of trauma on children/youth
- To learn the principles of trauma-informed care
- To explore the current understanding of the nervous system and trauma survival responses
- To identify specific tools that assist with freeze/flight/fight survival responses in children and youth
Presenters: Billy Brodovsky & Kate Kiernan from the Families Affected by Sexual Assault Program of New Directions.
The cost of the workshop is $65.00.
The free online Webinar is based on the Making Sense of Trauma: Practical Tools for Responding to Children and Youth workshop. The Webinar is structured into 12 Lessons with quiz questions after every slide that once completed enable you to print a certificate of completion.
The Webinar provides tools and ideas of ways to intervene to help anyone working with children and youth. This includes written resources which can be printed, saved or distributed.
The training is an initiative of Reclaiming Hope, Manitoba’s Youth Suicide Prevention Strategy.