May 21, 2019 9am – 3pm @ MOF
Link to Registration: https://conta.cc/2Fg8XQB
This presentation will provide a basic understanding of the impact that toxic stress has on brain development, behavior and relationships for people. By increasing our understanding of the types of toxic stress that people face, the impact that occurs in the brain and the brain’s response to stress, we become more informed, empathic and effective service providers.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES – Participants will:
- Be able to define complex developmental trauma.
- Increase understanding of how complex developmental trauma impacts behavior and relationships.
- Receive Tips and tools for implementing communication strategies and/or environmental changes that help create calming/regulating service interactions.
- Recognize behavior as a response to stress.
- Be prepared for more effective engagement with people.
What you can expect on the Day of Training:
- Check-in will begin at 8:45am and the training will start promptly at 9:00am.
- We will break for a boxed lunch service from 12:00 – 12:30pm.
- The session will wrap-up with Q & A and Evaluations 2:45 – 3:00pm